Expect the best from our
Dental Wellness Plan
Though this may come as a surprise, cats over the age of 3 are more prone to periodontal disease and oral infections which, if left untreated, can lead to bone loss, pain, costly treatments and even begin to show negative effects on your cat’s internal organs. Though we recommend brushing your cat’s teeth, we also understand that this isn’t always an option for each patient, which is why we recommend dental exams as an important part of feline health care.
During your cat’s physical exam, we will offer an evaluation of your cat’s dental health and discuss with you an appropriate treatment plan. In the meantime, if you’re between visits and notice gum swelling, bad breath, tooth discoloration, or any change in your cat’s eating or playing habits, please contact our office to schedule an exam.
Included in your cat's
- Pre-anesthetic blood work
- Intravenous catheter and fluids
- General anesthesia
- Multi-modal anesthetic monitoring
- Dental x-rays
- Complete oral health assessment
- Teeth scaling and polishing