Veterinary ServicesPet Dental Care

Moreland Veterinary Hospital offers comprehensive dental exams and modern facilities for ultrasonic cleanings, scaling, and polishing to both prevent and treat dental problems for cats and dogs.

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Ultrasonic Cleaning & Digital Dental X-rays

According to the American Veterinarian Dental Society, more than 70% of cats and 80% of dogs develop gum disease by the age of three. The oral health of your pet has a profound impact on the animal’s general health. Tartar and plaque build-up can cause infections, bad breath, gum inflammation, and eventually tooth loss. Bacteria and toxins caused by periodontal disease may enter the bloodstream causing systemic diseases and wreaking havoc on internal organs.

We cannot stress how important it is to have an oral hygiene regimen in place for your pet at an early age. We recommend:

  •  Brush your pets’ teeth regularly with toothpaste and brush formulated for animals.
  • Keep your pet’s mouth active with certain chew toys and avoid soft foods in their diet.
  • Pay attention to your pet’s breath although we think it is commonplace, stinky dog or cat breath can be a sign of more serious problems.
  • Regular dental check-ups the frequency will vary as we assess the individual pet’s needs on a case-by-case basis.

Benefits of Choosing Moreland Veterinary Hospital

Experienced Team

Our group of skilled dentists and veterinarians is committed to offering the best pet dentistry treatments possible.

Personalized Approach

Each pet is unique, and our approach to pet dentistry is tailored to individual needs, ensuring the best possible care.

Advanced Technology

We leverage advanced diagnostic tools and techniques to ensure accurate assessments and effective treatments.