You care for your pets like family. But did you know you that caring for your pets’ teeth is just as important as caring for your own? Calabasas Animal Clinic offers a range of pet dental care services designed to prevent periodontal disease and promote your pets’ long-term oral health.
Tartar build-up can cause bad breath and ugly stains. But there are even better reasons to care for your pets’ teeth. Without proper dental care, pets can develop periodontal disease, which can result in pain and tooth extractions. Periodontal disease has also been associated with a number of other serious health problems. Schedule your pet dental care visit today!
One of the most under-treated chronic conditions we see in pets is dental disease. As in human medicine, oral health care is extremely important in dogs and cats. In addition to the local oral inflammation and pain associated with tooth decay, bacteria that live on the plaque and tarter under the gum line can gain access to the bloodstream and this has been linked to organ dysfunction. To help reduce chances of infection, pain, and organ dysfunction in your pet and to optimize health, we recommend regular dental checkup with the veterinarian and maintenance of a proper cleaning regimen.
Your pet may be living in chronic pain and at risk of continuous bacterial insult to his bloodstream because of a diseased tooth. We realize that oral health is important to overall health, nutrition, and well-being in ourselves and in our furry companions. If your pet is suffering from a diseased or infected tooth, the best option may be to extract that tooth. We offer advanced and safe options to fully extract teeth as required, please call us at (818) 880-0888 if you think your pet may have a diseased tooth.
At Calabasas Animal Clinic, we love pets as much as you do. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff members care for your pets like they would their own. Protect your beloved pets from periodontal disease with regular dental care from Calabasas Animal Clinic. Call today for a pet dental care appointment: (818) 880-0888