Does your pet have bad breath?

Dentistry and oral surgery has always been an area of special interest to Dr. Lucas. We adhere to the 2013 AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.
http://www.aahanet.org/Library/DentalCare.aspx

Did you know that dental disease is one of the leading causes of heart and kidney disease in a pet?

Even though we brush our teeth every day, we still go to the dentist to have an oral hygienist clean the unseen plaque from our teeth and below our gum line. Just like humans, pets need their teeth cleaned routinely to ensure oral health and prevent tooth loss and gingivitis.

We utilize veterinary-specific high quality equipment to clean and polish teeth thoroughly, while reducing anesthesia time. We can perform advanced periodontal therapy and oral surgery should your pet need this care.

We make sure that you are confident and involved in your pet’s oral health at home after a dental cleaning. We offer veterinary-specific chews and oral hygiene kits that you can use at home.

If you have any questions about our services, please contact us today at (615) 975-2583.