Yes, cats love clean teeth! We have gentle ultrasonic equipment to separate the plaque from the teeth. It sprays cooling water at the time it works it’s cleaning magic on the teeth. After the plaque is gone, we can do a light buffing for the teeth.
Signs of oral disease:
The following are signs that your dog may have a problem in his mouth or gastrointestinal system and should be checked by a veterinarian:
• Bad breath
• Excessive drooling
• Inflamed gums
• Tumors in the gums
• Cysts under the tongue
• Loose teeth or teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar.
• Bleeding from the mouth.
• – Loss of appetite or loss of weight (this combination can result from diseases of many organs, and early veterinary examination is important).
If you think your pet needs dental care, we recommend that you make an appointment with one of our veterinarians.
There are various pre-anesthetic sedation that are utilized, depending on the dog’s or cat’s size and the veterinarian’s preference. After the dog is relaxed general anesthesia will be applied. This, too, can be in various forms. In this case, we will discuss using an endotracheal tube, which is regulated throughout the procedure so that work can be done painlessly and still have the patient at a safe level of anesthesia.
An ultrasonic instrument is used to separate the plaque from the teeth. It sprays cooling water at the time it works it’s cleaning magic on the teeth. After the teeth are “scaled” a light buffing is done to polish the teeth.