Periodontal disease can be prevented in most pets through professional and daily home care. Start a preventive program of veterinarian-supervised dental care today.
Steps to better Oral Care
1. Visit Your Veterinarian
Every regular exam in our clinic includes a thorough dental exam. If we find signs of disease, we will recommend a treatment plan. It is important for the overall health of your pet that we take care of any dental problems we find. We will also recommend a home care plan that is a key part of keeping your pet healthy.
2. Start an Oral Care Routine at Home
Plaque should be removed from your pet's teeth every day before it materializes into tartar. Brushing your pet's teeth or feeding a dental food each day will control plaque buildup. Be sure the dental food you use offers total balanced nutrition for whole health. Ask us about the best methods of home care for your pet
3. Schedule Regular Dental Checkups
We monitor the progress of your pet's preventative program, so regular dental checkups are essential, just as twice-a-year checkups are important for people. For pets who form tartar quickly or those with a history of oral problems, frequent examinations and cleanings may be advised.