Dental Cleaning Includes

  • treatment and diagnosis done by Dr. Dudley
  • anesthesia risk evaluation
  • anesthesia monitoring every 5 minutes
  • charting of every tooth
  • probing
  • dental x-ray

Conditions Treated

  • gum disease
  • fractured teeth
  • feline resorptive lesions

Symptoms of Gum Disease in Dogs

  • problems picking up food
  • bleeding or red gums
  • loose teeth
  • blood in the water bowl or on chew toys
  • bad breath (halitosis)
  • “talking” or making noises when a dog eats or yawns
  • bumps or lumps in the mouth
  • bloody or ropey saliva

Symptoms of Tooth Fracture in Dogs

  • pulp (pink tissue beneath the tooth) of the tooth is exposed
  • only chewing on one side of mouth
  • problems picking up food
  • formation of a tooth abscess
  • infection of the fractured tooth
  • bleeding near the fractured tooth

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If your dog exhibits any of the following symptoms, he could be suffering from a fracture or gum disease. Make an appointment with Dr. Dudley right away. Gum disease can lead to tooth loss for your pets! Regular dental cleanings help to prevent bacteria and diseases from forming.

Gum disease is the number one health problem in cats and dogs today. Yearly teeth cleaning and polishing starting at 2 years of age (earlier in some toy breeds) with a special vibrating water producing piezoelectric scaler is very helpful at slowing or preventing the progression of gum disease, along with daily tooth brushing and VOHC.com approved treats and foods.
According to BARK, small dog breeds, such as Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Dachshunds and Toy Poodles, are more prone to developing periodontal disease than larger breeds.

Beware of unlicensed professionals that hand scale your pet’s teeth without anesthesia. This can cause injury to the mouth and their procedure does not treat the gum disease which is located in pockets below the visible gum.