Oral health is any integral part of overall wellness, not just in ourselves, but our pets as well. Dental disease can result in pain, infection and inflammation not only of the teeth and gums, but can have a far-reaching impact on cardiac function as well as kidney and liver health too. We perform regular dental prophylaxis as well as oral surgery including crown amputations and extractions. Because of the access and time needed to effectively evaluate and treat your pet’s mouth, all dental procedures are performed under a general anesthesia. This is actually safer for your pet because not only is it less stressful but their airway is protected as well.