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DENTAL EXAMS & CLEANING

Flea & Tick Prevention

Pet Wellness

What is Heartworm?

What is Ultrasound?

When are x-rays necessary?

Dental exams and cleaning

General Surgery

Prescription Foods

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Teeth are anchored in periodontal tissues consisting of gingiva (gums), ligaments, cementum, and supporting bone. More than 85% of dogs and cats older than four years have periodontal disease. Periodontal disease starts with the formation of plaque, a transparent, adhesive fluid composed of bacteria. Plaque starts forming within eight hours after a thorough dental cleaning.

 

When plaque is not removed, mineral salts, in the saliva, precipitate forming hard calculus. Calculus is irritating to gingival tissue. By-products of the bacteria "eat away" the tooth's support structures eventually causing pain and periodontal disease.

Vaccines

Preventative Medicine

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Acupuncture

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Laser Therapy

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