Nonprofessional dental scaling (NPDS), also known as anesthesia-free dentistry, is gaining popularity with an increasing number of dog and cat owners. These are concerned pet owners that are worried about the safety of anesthesia or may not be able to afford professional veterinary dental care. They want to provide care for their pet and this seems like a reasonable alternative.. If removing the calculus and tartar from the crowns of the teeth was the essential activity of de
July does not seem like a time to consider how to best keep your pet warm. But pets undergoing anesthesia have a tendency to lose body heat very quickly. I asked one of our technicians, Christa, to summarize the methods we use to make sure your pet has a safe anesthesia and rapid recovery. Their article is below. —————– #Anesthesia #Gilbert #Chandler #bairhugger #hypothermia #IVfluids
We have created this short video to educate you a bit about what happens to your pet on the day of its dental care. Enjoy and please comment on other procedures you would like to have more information about! Since creating this article, we have added one more important service to assist in speedy healing from dental and oral surgery; laser therapy: Please see this article for more information. #Anesthesia #dentalxray #dogdentalcare #dental #gilbertarizonadentalcare #catdenta
When should I consider having Oasis Animal Hospital provide professional dental cleaning for my pet?
This is a very common and well-founded question many of you ask. The concerns (sometimes expressed and frequently not stated) are about the risk of anesthesia for your pet and the cost of dental care. We understand this and so we would like to provide some guidelines. Answer: Grade One gingivitis When we see dental calculus (a.k.a. tartar) build up on the teeth, (s