Our knowledge and dental experience can help prevent and treat your dog's dental conditions, including periodontal disease.
Full Service Professional Dental Treatments for your Dog’s Health
At Markham Woods Animal Hospital, we understand that dental health is a crucial aspect of your pet's overall well-being. Dental issues are prevalent in dogs and can have a significant impact on their quality of life. Untreated dental problems can lead to pain, infections, tooth loss, and even affect other vital organ systems. Fortunately, dog owners can play a vital role in enhancing the longevity and quality of their pets' lives through daily dental care and professional veterinary dental services.
State-of-the-Art Dental Equipment
Our commitment to your pet's dental health is unwavering. That's why we utilize advanced dental equipment, including digital radiographs, high-speed ultrasonic scalers, and high-speed drills. With this cutting-edge equipment, we can provide comprehensive dental care, including complex extractions and oral surgery. After conducting a thorough oral examination and reviewing radiographs, we develop individualized dental treatment plans in consultation with pet owners. Our experienced veterinarians are proficient in advanced dental procedures, extractions, and surgeries, ensuring your beloved pet is in capable hands.
Proactive Dental Care
Our preventative dental care encompasses a complete ultrasonic scaling, teeth charting, and polishing. We ensure your pet's safety by using the most reliable anesthesia and performing a comprehensive oral examination. Each tooth is examined for mobility, fractures, malocclusion, and signs of periodontal disease. We expertly remove plaque and tartar using a combination of hand instruments and power scaling equipment. A thorough ultrasonic cleaning and polishing leave your pet's teeth refreshed and clean. Rest assured that your pet can return home on the same day of the procedure.
If you have any inquiries about your pet's dental health or dental care, please don't hesitate to reach out to us for guidance. We're here to help you maintain your pet's oral health and well-being. Additionally, we've outlined some common signs of dental disease in dogs and cats below. If your pet exhibits any of these signs or if you have concerns about their oral health, please contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our dedicated veterinarians.
Recognizing Dental Disease in Your Dog:
Discolored or stained teeth
Inflamed, red gums
Swelling in the mouth, jaws, or gums
Reduced interest in chew toys
Discomfort when eating
Unexplained weight loss