Does your pet have bad breath? If so, it’s more than just a nuisance. Bad breath could actually be a sign that something is seriously wrong with their dental health. In fact, unless you’re regularly brushing your pet’s teeth and bringing them in for professional dental care, chances are your companion is suffering from plaque and tartar buildup, which could eventually lead to dental disease. Left untreated, dental disease can spread infection through your pet’s entire body, impacting the heart, liver and lungs. At Carmel Mountain Ranch Veterinary Hospital, we take the oral health of our patients seriously. We offer all of the professional pet dentistry services you need to help your pet achieve a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums.

Our skilled team is experienced in delivering both preventative dental care as well as the care and treatment of existing dental conditions. For routine cleanings, we use modern and safe equipment, along with tailor-made anesthetics, to clean each tooth thoroughly – above and below the gum line. Our dental technicians then polish teeth to create a smooth, lustrous tooth surface that is more resistant to plaque and tartar buildup. Fluoride treatments can also be performed to help strengthen enamel and reduce tooth sensitivity.

Should your pet already suffer from existing dental problems, such as loose or broken teeth, abscesses or dental disease, we can help with that too! We use digital dental radiology (x-ray) to thoroughly evaluate your companion’s mouth, and are equipped to perform everything from extractions to minor oral surgery to reduce or eliminate existing problems once and for all. Even if you’ve never given your pet’s teeth a second thought, it’s never too late!

Lastly, our friendly, knowledgeable staff will work with you to show you ways that you can help keep your pet’s mouth clean year-round, in between vet visits. This may involve home brushing, as well as the use of various pet care products that are designed to support ongoing dental health. Together we’ll do whatever it takes to keep your companion smiling for many years to come!



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