Pet Dentistry in Matthews

Did you know that one of the most common diseases seen in pets is dental disease? In fact, more than 50% of all dogs and cats have some form of gum disease by just 3 years of age. Gum disease, in its most advanced stage, can eventually affect the internal organs. The good news is that it can be prevented with annual exams and dental cleanings (as needed). Caring Hearts Animal Hospital believes that a healthy mouth is the cornerstone to your pet’s wellness, and our dental services are designed to keep your pet’s mouth healthy for a lifetime.

About Our Dental Services

With our preventive and advanced pet dental care services, we can keep your canine or feline companion smiling pretty for years to come. Our facility is equipped with cutting-edge equipment to examine, clean, and polish teeth and help prevent the buildup of plaque and bacteria. Our team is also experienced in performing a number of advanced dental procedures, such as extractions and oral surgery, to help treat and manage existing oral health problems.

All pet owners are required to fill out a Dental Prophylaxis Admitting Form before we can treat their pets. For the safety of our patients, we perform all dental procedures under general anesthesia and, in some cases, require pre-anesthetic blood work. This allows us to ensure that your pet is healthy enough for the procedure. We also use advanced monitoring equipment to monitor our patients’ vitals before, during, and after each dental procedure.

At-home Dental Care

Having your pet’s teeth professionally examined and cleaned are both important in maintaining your pet’s health, but the role you play in the maintenance process is equally important. Annual cleanings aren’t always enough to keep your pet’s the teeth and gums as clean as they should be year-round. That’s why it’s up to YOU to continue the work we started by brushing your pet’s teeth every day. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can provide guidance and even perform demonstrations of various home dental care techniques you can apply at home between visits.

Good dental health is just as important to your four-legged friend as it is to you. Let’s work together to help your companion beat the odds and achieve a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums! Call us today to schedule your pet’s dental visit, and remember, you can receive 15% off the procedure all February long!