We offer a variety of dental options for your dog or cat. These services include cleaning, polishing, tooth extraction, and oral surgery. We specialize in
anesthetic dental packages, but also offer a non anesthetic option for senior pets.
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Your pet's teeth are an important part of his/her health, but unfortunately, proper dental care is often overlooked by pet owners. Just like humans, dogs and
cats build up plaque and tartar on their teeth and can develop cavities, gingivitis, infected roots, or other dental conditions if their teeth are not properly
Routine brushing is an important part of caring for your pet's teeth. At Klahanie Center Veterinary Hospital, we carry a variety of C.E.T. Home Dental Care products,
including toothbrushes and toothpaste for cats
and dogs, Enzymatic Oral Hygiene chews, BreathaLyser Plus, and a chlorhexidine rinse.
Dental visits are another important part of keeping your pet's teeth healthy. During a typical dental, your pet will be placed under anesthesia and their teeth
will be cleaned in much the same way as yours are during your visits to the dentist. Tartar and plaque will be removed from the teeth and the mouth will be
examined for signs of gingivitis, cavities, damaged teeth, infections, etc.
On the second Wednesday of every month, a technician trained in Non-Anesthetic Dentals (NADs) comes to Klahanie Center Veterinary Hospital. During a NAD, the
pet's teeth will be thoroughly cleaned, and all the plaque will be removed from the fronts and backs of the teeth, both above and below the gum line.
While certain problems - such as severe gingivitis or teeth that require extraction - cannot be addressed with a NAD, the NAD is a wonderful option for those
pets for which sedation poses extra risk due to advanced age or selected health conditions.
To learn more about non-anesthetic dentals, please visit animaldentalcare.info