Chew on this: the majority of dogs and cats show some signs of dental disease by the tender age of three. And that’s no laughing matter. Tooth decay, gingivitis, and plaque and tartar build-up can lead to heart, liver, and kidney problems.
At advanced stages, dental disease can also make eating difficult due to mouth pain. Keeping up with the cleanliness of your pet’s teeth and their overall dental health can prevent years of discomfort, disease, and lost teeth.
There are things that you as a pet parent can do to help keep your pet’s mouth clean, beginning with establishing a regular brushing routine. Sometimes, though, brushing just isn’t enough. That’s where we come in.
Our dental services include:
- Cleaning and polishing
- Tooth extractions
- Minor oral surgery
If it’s been more than a year since your pet’s pearly whites have gotten some attention, give us a call at (781) 942-4545 today. Don’t let your pet’s teeth become a serious health hazard!