Unfortunately our pet's teeth can often suffer problems. Taking proper care of your pet's mouth can lead to a longer and happier life for you and your pet.

Dental disease in cats and dogs is somewhat different to that in humans. They suffer very few dental cavities but do suffer from peridontal disease (inflammation and damage of the teeth and surrounding tissues). This disease is caused by the build up of plaque and tartar around the gum line. Eventually this build up breaks down the attachments of the tooth causing gum recession or peridontal pockets. This can lead to dental abscesses and loss of teeth.  We now have a state of the art dental x-ray machine which means we are able to take detailed, very accurate images of your pet's mouth prior to and after a procedure.  This enables our vets to pinpoint exactly where the issues are before starting a dental surgery and to ensure that any work done has been successful.

A few simple steps may reduce the chance of your pet requiring an anaesthetic to correct these dental problems. Our vets are always happy to discuss preventative dental care.

  • Dental Before

    Before surgery

  • Dental Before

    After surgery