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Our veterinarian in Rancho Cucamonga frequently answers questions about pet teeth cleaning. If you are like most pet owners, you want to keep your animal companions as healthy as possible but you may have questions pet dental care.
Pet dental care in Rancho Cucamonga is important to your pet’s health and well-being. Pet dental care protects your animal companion from periodontal disease, tooth decay, oral cancer, and other serious problems.
Yes! Gum disease can increase your pet’s risk of heart disease, for example. Bacteria from your pet’s mouth may also travel to the rest of the body to cause ill health.
An estimated 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some form of gum disease by the time they are two years old, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AMVA).
A pet dentist performs several procedures while providing pet dental care. Dental exams help veterinarians detect and diagnose problems with your pet’s teeth and gums. X-rays help our veterinarian detect problems with your pet’s teeth and jawbones. Teeth cleaning and treatment for gum disease is frequently required.
That depends largely on the dental and overall health of your pet. Our veterinarian can suggest a cleaning schedule based on your pet’s individual needs, but you can expect to have your pet’s teeth cleaned every six months to a few years.
Yes, anesthesia ensures the safety and well-being of your pet during teeth cleaning, and helps to improve the results of the procedure.
Yes, our veterinarian encourages home care for your pet’s teeth in addition to professional pet dental care from a pet dentist. You can brush your pet’s teeth, for example, with special toothbrushes and toothpastes made especially for dogs and cats.
The best way to know if you need to make an appointment with a pet dentist is to look at your pet’s teeth and gums, and to watch for certain telltale behaviors. Look for a red stripe along the gum line, foul-smelling breath, or broken, loose or damaged teeth. Make an appointment if you notice your pet has lost its appetite, is reluctant to chew, or rubs its face with a paw or on the carpet.
Schedule an appointment for your pet with our veterinarian. Day Creek Animal Hospital is conveniently located at 7369 Day Creek Blvd #101 in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Make an appointment today by calling 909-646-7387.
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Visit us at 7369 Day Creek Blvd, Suite F 101, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739. Call 909-646-7387(PETS).
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