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Pet dental care is important for dogs and cats. Pets need to have their teeth cleaned professionally and at home to avoid dental disease and tooth loss. As a pet owner, you can help take care of your pet by brushing his or her teeth and by taking your pet to the veterinarian for regular dental checkups. At Animal Health Group in Staten Island, we provide examinations, teeth cleaning and other pet dental services to pets of the community.
The following symptoms are an indication that your pet is suffering from dental disease:
Very bad breath.
Red, inflamed gums.
Cracked, loose or broken teeth.
Discolorations on the teeth and gums.
We recommend inspecting your pet for these symptoms on a regular basis. If your pet shows symptoms of dental disease, contact your pet's veterinarian in Staten Island and Bayonne for dental care.
At Animal Health Group, we offer a range of pet dental services, including:
Dental examinations. During our dental examinations, we'll inspect your pet's teeth and check for problems like plaque buildup and dental disease. Getting your pet's teeth inspected annually can help catch dental problems in their early stages.
Pet teeth cleaning. During a dental cleaning procedure, we'll clean your pet's teeth, remove plaque and polish the enamel. Getting your pet's teeth cleaned by the veterinarian can help keep your pet's teeth slick and shiny, preventing food particles from sticking to the enamel.
Cavity fillings. We offer cavity fillings to stop tooth decay and prevent tooth aches.
Tooth extractions. Sometimes despite our best efforts, pets develop tooth infections. We can help by extracting the tooth and ridding your pet of tooth pain.
You can help your pet maintain healthy teeth and gums by brushing your pet's teeth and giving your pet tooth-cleaning chew toys. Ideally, you should brush your pet's teeth every day. If you're unable to brush your pet's teeth on a daily basis, even brushing your pet's teeth once per week can still help your pet avoid dental disease.
Your pet will need pet-formulated toothpaste and a tooth brush for animals. If you've never brushed your pet's teeth before, you may need to train your pet to accept tooth brushing. At Animal Health Group, we can answer your questions about this type of training, and show you the best way to brush your pet's teeth.
Dental care can help your pet avoid tooth pain and infection. As your pet's community veterinarian, we're your source for Staten Island pet dental care. We offer a range of services to help your pet maintain healthy teeth and gums. For more information about cat and dog teeth cleaning and other dental services, contact us today.
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