Pet DentistryPark City Animal Clinic
Bad breath, plaque buildup, excessive drooling, sore or bleeding gums when eating or chewing, and a decrease in appetite are all indicators that your pet’s teeth need to be cleaned.
It’s time to clean your pet’s teeth!
What makes dental hygiene so important? According to recent studies, 70 percent of adult cats and 80 percent of adult dogs have signs of dental disease. In reality, most pet parents are unaware that their pet has dental problems.
We are delighted to have the most up-to-date dental equipment, including digital dental x-rays, to treat dental illness. This enables us to detect any disease beneath the gum line that we would otherwise be unable to see. Dental radiography allows us to discover undetected abscesses, damaged teeth, resorbed roots, retained roots, and more.
It’s just as vital for dogs and cats to see a dentist on a regular basis as it is for humans. The oral health of your pet is linked to their general wellness. Bad smell, loose, broken, or missing teeth, yellow or brown teeth, red, inflamed, or bleeding gums, difficulty or discomfort biting, pawing at the mouth, and excessive drooling are all signs of dental illness. Please contact our staff if you observe any of these symptoms, and we’ll be pleased to assist you.