Pet Dental Care Serves as Essential Part of Health and Wellness
February Dental Special!
For the month of February we are offering to waive the $99 dollar dental cleaning charge. Come in for an examination for a full estimate the size and health of your dog could affect the price of dental cleaning. We are also offering 20% off your entire bill. This includes possible pre-anesthetic blood work, extractions or pain medication. Animal Medical Center's staff is very passionate about dental health year round but now is your opportunity to take advantage of a great deal. Please do not hesitate and call if you have any question.
Dr. Oh Promotes Good Oral Hygiene for Pets
Periodontal disease is the same in pets as it is in humans. When teeth are not cleaned and cared for regularly a film known as plaque starts to form on the teeth. This film breeds bacteria and can cause bad breath, which is often one of the first signs of dental or gum disease. Statistics show that approximately 80% of all dogs and cats have periodontal disease by the time they are two years of age.
Dental disease is much more than just bad breath. If it is not treated it can lead to serious health problems such as liver, kidney and heart disease. Our veterinarians take the steps to administer good pet dental hygiene. We offer regular dental check-ups, which include a professional cleaning using tartar removal tools. Our well trained and professional Animal Medical Center staff will also provide you with the instructions and information you need to take care of your dogs and cats teeth at home. It is important that you take the correct pet preventative care steps at home to keep your pet's teeth healthy.
Dogs and cats need pet dental check-ups at least once yearly; however oral hygiene at home needs to be a daily activity. Dental exams are free in our veterinary clinic. After the examination our veterinarian and his technicians will share their findings with you and design a dental treatment plan specifically for your pet's dental needs.
Before & After Dental Cleaning
To make an appointment for your pet, call our office at 661-255-5555.