Let’s begin with a fact: 85% pets are suffering from mild to severe periodontal disease. This is an alarming situation and pet owners need to understand the severity of these startling facts. We provide comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment at Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital.
We undertake an initial assessment in the exam room and once consented, a detailed assessment. The detailed assessment includes probing the gums for any pathology, dental x-rays if needed, root canal treatment, dental cavity filling, extractions and or other treatments based on affordability. Every Year the month of February is celebrated as the dental month for our pets.
Call us TODAY to discuss your Pet’s dental concerns.
Periodontal Diseases and Pets
Periodontal disease is disease of the gums (gingiva – which is a supporting and protective structure for the tooth). Pets can suffer from bad breath, anorexia (inappetance), bruxism (champing of teeth) and other systemic (body system) disease as a result of poor dental hygiene.
Local Pet Dentist in Scarborough
It should be noted that pet dentistry is of equal importance as the human dentistry realm. We give special focus on pet oral health care services for both cats and dogs. We encourage owners to pay more attention to their pet’s oral health needs. Neglecting your pet’s oral health needs can in turn cost your pet a healthy lifestyle. Pets cannot consult a dentist on their own. It becomes owner’s responsibility to undertake routine oral health checkup.
Symptoms of Pet Oral Health
- Bad breath
- Plaque Build-up
- Difficulty in Chewing
- Reddened Gums
- Chattering teeth
- Inflammation in gums
- Discolored Teeth
- Swollen mouth
- Excessive Salivation
- Aversion to Eating
Exclusive Pet Dental Care Packages
Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital provides a host of pet dental packages for both cats and dogs. This covers a range of pet oral health services that help in overall healthy lifestyle.
- Broken Tooth: We repair and treat broken or infected tooth.
- Root canal Infections: Our veterinarians treat root canal infections and remove the abscess to relive the pet of pain.
- Misdirected Tooth: We solve misdirected teeth problem to make sure two adjacent teeth do not cross each other’s path. This further prevents the soft tissue damage.
Oral Diet Chart
Our veterinarians create a detailed pet oral health chart. This also includes the mouth rinse for pets, toothbrush, toothpaste and other oral hygiene products.
Contact our qualified pet dentist in Scarborough to book an appointment for your pet’s oral health.