Brushing your pet’s teeth is not as hard as you may think. While some dogs are pretty wiggly, most will allow you to to do this if you are patient enough. How do you start? We wanted to share this handout with you. (Guide to brushing teeth) #oralhealth #dentalcare #brushing #dogs #dental #teeth #prevention
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
What can be done to prevent dental disease in pets? There is no substitute for brushing or mechanically interrupting the formation and accumulation of plaque. More and more of our clients are making this part of their day or weekly practice with their pets. It really shows when we are performing the annual or semi-annual health exams. Beyond brushing, many products claim amazing results from using them in dogs and cats. How can I know what to believe? The weakest claim for a
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