Dental care for pets
It is very likely that at some stage in your pet’s life they will require some form of dental work. Our team of vets and nurses will aim to reduce this by providing you with advice on how to maintain good oral hygiene, however if the time does arise where your pet needs their teeth cleaned and polished or a bad tooth extracted, we have full dental facilities to carry out the required procedure and will follow up with nurse clinics to reduce the risk of further procedures in the future.
Did you know?
Dental disease is the most common disease in our pets and can cause infection and pain. Having bad teeth and gums can increase the likelihood of other conditions such as kidney, liver and heart disease. Maintaining a healthy mouth is so important in keeping you pet healthy and pain free. There are a lot of ways we can work together to keep your pets mouth healthy, brushing is ideal but not always practical so why not chat to a member of staff for other ideas on the best way to suit you and your pet.