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Pet Dental Care In Ada

When your pet is young, you wouldn’t notice a lot of gum problems, but as they grow old you might notice yellowing of teeth, gum inflammation, and cavities. This is completely normal with age, but looking after it is quite important. 

These problems can be avoided by taking your pet on regular dental checkups, doing daily teeth cleanings at our Ada animal hospital, and giving them chew toys to keep their gums strong and healthy.

Pet Dental Examination at Ada Veterinary Clinic

If you do not take proper care of your pet’s dental health for a long time, then it can lead to serious health problems and even disturb their digestive health. So it’s important to always look after their dental health and provide proper care whenever they need it. 

One thing you can do to maintain their dental health is by bringing them to Ada Veterinary Clinic for regular check-ups and brushing. 

Ada​ Vet Clinic

At Ada Veterinary Clinic, your pet's dental appointment includes :

  • Oral examination under anesthesia
  • Diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease
  • Supra and subgingival ultrasonic scaling
  • Tooth extractions
  • Polishing
  • Irrigation
  • Fluoride application

Apart from our normal dental appointments we also provide extensive dental surgeries if the problem is severe. During your pet’s regular check-ups, if we notice any serious issues like gum or tooth erosion, gingivitis, or excessive plaque buildup we immediately get in touch with you to discuss the procedure. We have the best in-house dental practitioners at Ada so your pet can get his dental issues cleared!!

Pet Dental Care at Home

The best way to avoid any dental problems is by regularly brushing your pet’s teeth. It is the most effective way to keep your pet’s teeth healthy. It doesn’t need to be complex. You can even ask one of our Ada veterinarians if you need help with it. We are always open to questions. 

By regularly following this habit twice a day, you can even avoid severe diseases like gingivitis and increase the intervals between your teeth cleaning appointments.

Signs of Pet Dental Problems

Every disease or problem comes with its symptoms. If we know the symptoms we can easily avoid the problem. Some common dental symptoms to look further into include :

  • Bad breath- The first sign of a dental problem
  • A yellowish-brown crust of plaque on the teeth near the gum line
  • Red and swollen gums
  • Pain or bleeding mouth or gums during eating
  • Decreased appetite or difficulty in chewing
  • Loose or missing teeth 
  • Weight Loss
  • Pasty or Ropey Saliva

If your pet is going through any of the above symptoms visit Ada Veterinary Clinic, for immediate action and care for the same. Your quick action can save your pet from oral discomfort.

Ada​ Vet Clinic
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