Pet Dental Care in Rochester Hills, MI
It is just as vital for dogs and cats to have dental cleanings on a regular basis as it is for you. The oral health of your pet is directly tied to their overall wellness.
Pet Dental Care
What is the significance of oral healthcare for cats and dogs? According to recent research, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult canines have dental disease. In reality, most pet parents are unaware that their pet has dental problems. Bad smell, plaque buildup, excessive drooling, sore or bleeding gums when eating or biting, and a reduction in appetite are all indications that your furbaby’s teeth need to be examined by a veterinarian.
Every oral examination includes a check for dental disease in the teeth and gums. We provide thorough dental cleanings while your pet is under anesthesia. We chart your pet’s teeth to look for periodontal pockets, increased mobility, and gum recession. To accomplish complete ultrasonic scaling and polishing of the teeth, our licensed veterinary technicians use cutting-edge dental care equipment.
We’re also happy to provide at-home dental care guidelines so your efforts at home, combined with annual dental care at Animal Medical Center of Troy, can result in a healthy and bright smile for your pet.