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Pets Dental Care

Pets Dental Care

Pets Dental Care is very important for your pet’s health.

If your pet is older than 3 years, you should consider a dental Care checkup and cleaning, most pets suffer from dental diseases that will lead to bad breath, and pain and increase the chances of infections.

Pet’s oral infections if ignored will lead to more complex digestive problems and other health problems such as liver, heart, and kidney problems.

Symptoms of pet dental Disease

  • Bad breath – one of the first and early signs of dental disease
  • A yellowish-brown crust of plaque on the teeth near the gum line
  • Swollen gums or yellow-brown tartar
  • Pain or bleeding of the mouth or gums
  • Difficulties in eating, weight loss, and decreased appetite
  • Inflamed Red-gums
  • Excessive drooling
  • Change in eating habits
  • Pawing at the mouth or rubbing the face against the floor or furniture
Pet Dental Care

Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital Dental Exam and treatment

When rough tartar accumulates on tooth surfaces and touches the gum line it’s time for a professional oral assessment, treatment, and prevention visit. This visit will include a thorough dental examination, teeth cleaning, and polishing to remove the tartar and invisible plaque from all the tooth surfaces.

For proper dental care, your dog will be placed under general anesthesia. Once your dog is under general anesthesia, Dr. Luke and our veterinary assistants will thoroughly examine the mouth, noting abnormalities in the medical record. A dental probe will be used to evaluate gum bleeding and periodontal pockets where food can accumulate if not cared for. Then we start the dental cleaning process.

In some cases, we would have to extract a bad tooth that cannot be possibly saved due to severe periodontal disease.

For additional information or to schedule your pet’s yearly checkup visit, please call Us.

At Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital, We always strive for your Pet health mentally and physically.
For More Information, Please Call us at (714)-921-2495 Or Make an Appointment Now!

Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital has been serving pets in “Orange“, “Anaheim“,
Santa Ana“, “Fullerton” and “Tustin” for more than “15” years.

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