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Pet Dentistry : Why Pets Need Dentals in Broken Arrow

Pet Dentistry : Why Pets Need Dentals in Broken Arrow

Pet dentistry has become an established aspect of good veterinary care. And for good reason!  One of the best things a pet owner can do to insure the overall health of their pet is to do routine checking of the teeth, gums and oral cavity. Look at the two photos below — one shows a healthy state of oral hygiene, and the other … well, you can see for yourself that this dog has some maj...

Veterinary Dentistry – Dog Dental Cleaning

Veterinary Dentistry – Dog Dental Cleaning

Who says dental care are for humans only? Yes, even your dog can suffer from gum or periodontal diseases and just like us humans, this is something we need not to ignore. This is why regular dog teeth cleaning is an essential part in keeping your dog’s overall well-being at par. Most dental problems could lead to your dog’s loss of appetite, broken or loss teeth. Serious cases of gum disease ...

Cat and Dog Dental Cleaning Broken Arrow OK

Cat and Dog Dental Cleaning Broken Arrow OK

What Is a Dental Cleaning? During a dental cleaning (sometimes called a prophylaxis), plaque and tartar are removed from a pet’s teeth, and the health of the entire mouth (tongue, gums, lips, and teeth) is assessed. A thorough dental cleaning can be accomplished only while the pet is under general anesthesia. Anesthesia keeps your pet free of pain during the dental procedure and allows your vet...

Dog Teeth Cleaning Broken Arrow OK

Dog Teeth Cleaning Broken Arrow OK

A professional dental cleaning is required to remove plaque and tartar from a dog’s teeth and to assess the health of the mouth.  Dog teeth cleaning requires  that the dog be under anesthesia.  Village Vet routinely performs dental cleanings and suggests your pet have it’s teeth checked each year as part of it’s annual pet exam. From Vetstreet It’s estimated that 85 percen...

It’s Pet Dental Health Month at Village Vet – Broken Arrow

It’s Pet Dental Health Month at Village Vet – Broken Arrow

  Do not turn your nose to your animal’s bad breath! That smell might symbolize a serious health risk, with the possible to damage not only your animal’s teeth and gums but its internal organs also. Precautionary veterinary dental care can save you cash in the long run. Pet Dental Health Month, sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) every February, remind...

Why Use Pet Toothpaste? | Broken Arrow Veterinarian

Why Use Pet Toothpaste? | Broken Arrow Veterinarian

Why Brush Your Pet’s Teeth with Toothpaste? Our beloved pets acquire bad breath as well! Do you often get a kiss from your pet? Does your dog always sat next to you panting and all you can think is, wow, you need a breath freshener! besides bad breath, there are also other factors to consider in brushing your pets teeth. Gum Disease, loose teeth, abscesses are all problems associated with no...

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