Dental disease is one of the most common conditions affecting dogs, cats, rabbits and rodents. Long-standing dental problems can cause your pet discomfort and may contribute to serious conditions such as heart or kidney disease.
We are able to offer guidance on prophylactic treatments (including dental diets and treats, water supplements and tooth brushing). If homecare alone is not sufficient to take care of your pets dental care we can assist by providing a dental scale and polish treatment (for which your pet needs to be anaesthetised). We are also able to remove problem teeth, perform basic dental x-rays and examine the oral cavity in full detail whilst your pet is anaesthetised.
If you have been noticing that your pet is having difficulty eating, has smelly breath or teeth that don’t look shiny and white then please call us for an dental check up appointment with one of our trained veterinary nurses or veterinarians.