Pet Dentistry in Boothwyn
Dental Care Is Essential Care for Your Pet
At Conchester Animal Hospital, we love to see your pet’s smile! Keep your pets happy and healthy with regular dental care. It’s easy for pet parents to forget about dental care for their pets, but our Boothwyn veterinary team will help you keep your pet’s oral health in check. During your pet’s routine wellness exams, one of our veterinarians will check your pet’s mouth as part of the physical exam. If we determine that your pet needs advanced dental care, we’ll help you understand your options. We offer a full suite of dental services onsite at Conchester Animal Hospital.
Understanding Pet Dental Disease
Like humans, pets can develop plaque on their teeth. Also, like humans, if your pet’s teeth are not regularly brushed, the plaque can begin to build up and cause problems in your pet’s mouth. This is called periodontal disease. It is the most common disease among cats and dogs.
Periodontal disease can be identified by the following symptoms:
- Bad or smelly breath
- Blood in your pet’s saliva or water dish
- Difficulty eating or loss of appetite
- Excessive drooling
- Loose or missing teeth
If you notice any combination of these symptoms, bring your pet in to see our Boothwyn veterinary team as soon as possible! We’ll be able to help fix your pet’s smile.
In the early stages of periodontal disease, brushing your pet’s teeth or giving them especially toys or treats can help dislodge plaque from their teeth. However, as the disease progresses, the plaque can move below the gumline and begin to cause infections or pain. The only way to remove plaque at this stage is through a professional dental cleaning under anesthesia.
Dental Cleaning at Conchester Animal Hospital
Conchester Animal Hospital offers a full surgical suite on-site, which allows us to offer a broad range of dental services for your pet. In addition to a routine dental cleaning or extraction procedure, we offer dental x-rays and root canals, among other dental services.
Your pet’s dental cleaning involves tools similar to those used by human dentists to remove plaque and polish your pet’s teeth. After that, it’s all about maintenance! We’ll teach you the best ways to care for your pet’s teeth, so they will keep smiling for many years to come.
Older pets might require more frequent dental care. The next time you bring your aging pet in to see us, ask your veterinarian about how you can keep your senior pet’s smile healthy. We’ll give you tips and tricks for making sure your pet enjoys a healthy smile.
“The staff at Conchester Animal Hospital are fantastic. Our senior dog has been in their care for almost 2 weeks. The care, love and compassion they showed was heart warming and helped him to recover.”- Sarah M.
“Always receptive to questions & goes out of their way to help. If you love your animal, go there. All my dogs & granddoggies have gone to Dr. Lombardo & the entire group for many years.”- Margie V.
“I called for my new puppy. They were able to see us that day. Everyone at the vet office was so nice to us and Zeus. Dr. Trey explained everything to us and didn't do unnecessary tests. They were all warm and caring people.”- Averi D.
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