We Can Improve Your Pet's Dental Health with Our Teeth Cleaning Services
Your pet’s oral health is a pivotal component of his lifelong wellness. If the mouth is not cleaned regularly, oral disease can develop and affect vital organs. Since dental care is imperative to a pet’s life, it is our mission at Derry Village Animal Clinic to offer prominent treatment so that health complications do not arise. To book a dental cleaning session for your furry companion, contact the vet staff at our animal hospital, serving Mississauga and Brampton, today.
Why Your Animal Needs Pet Dental Care
Animals rely on their teeth for a variety of reasons, such as communicating, eating, and picking objects up. If the teeth are not cleaned, just like humans, they can become damaged or diseased. Letting this happen can spread to the vital organs quickly and create many health complications for your pet, such as heart disease. Also, unaddressed oral problems can result in tooth loss, bleeding in the mouth, bad breath, and oral pain. For this reason, our vet strongly recommends pet owners to take their furry animals’ health seriously and make regular veterinary appointments.
What Does A Dental Cleaning Session Entail?
Our pet dentistry services are similar to ones offered for humans, such as:
- An examination of the mouth, teeth, and gums
- X-rays of the teeth
- Plaque and tartar removal
- Brushing of the teeth and flossing
- Teeth filling, if needed
- Tooth extraction, if needed
- Repair of teeth, if cavities are excessive
Signs Your Pet Needs Oral Care
While our veterinarian recommends your pet receive a dental examination every six months or once a year, if any of the following signs appear before his next appointment, please don't hesitate to contact our animal hospital and receive immediate treatment:
- Bad breath
- Loose or chipped teeth
- Teeth that are yellowed or covered in tartar
- Pain in and around your pet's mouth
- Bleeding from the mouth
- Swelling in areas around the mouth
- Extra teeth that cause problems with chewing or biting down
- Reduced appetite or a refusal to eat
- Abnormal drooling or dropping food from the mouth
More often than not, your pet will become irritable when his teeth hurt. Oral problems can change an animal’s behavior in many ways. Therefore, we encourage you to seek treatment at our animal hospital should he suffer from any of the above symptoms.
Schedule A Veterinary Appointment Today for Your Pet
Pet dental care is necessary to prevent a wide range of problems. Don’t let those issues affect your pet’s health. Contact Derry Village Animal Clinic, serving Mississauga and Brampton, today to schedule an appointment. The number to reach our veterinarian and staff is 905-670-1414.