Quality Dental Care for Simpsonville Pets
Setting the Standard for Pet Dental Care
Despite its importance, dental care is one of the most neglected aspects of pet health. However, there are multiple long-lasting rewards for treating dental or oral ailments and maintaining strong dental health that all pet owners should be aware of. Dental disease is not only painful but can lead to other problems, including both heart and kidney disease. Proper dental care is directly linked to your pet’s overall quality of life.
At Cleveland Park Simpsonville, we will work with you as a team to be proactive in good oral care. Our experienced Simpsonville pet dentists understand the many aspects of pet dental care and how to diagnose and treat any problems. We also offer teeth cleaning for pets as well. Reach out to our Simpsonville animal clinic today to learn more about what we can do for your pet’s dental health.
Possible Signs of Dental Disease
Unfortunately, dental disease can affect dogs, cats, and other animals. Dental disease occurs when plaque, bacteria, and tartar build up in the teeth and gums. This buildup can enter the bloodstream, causing problems to other organs as well. According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), most dogs and cats have some degree of dental disease by the time they are three years old.
Possible signs of dental disease may include:
- Bad breath
- Cracked, broken, or loose teeth
- Discolored teeth
- Swollen mouth
- Red or inflamed gums
- Difficulty or pain when chewing or eating
When a pet’s dental care goes unresolved, some major effects can include:
- Prolonged pain
- Tooth loss
- Tooth decay
- Heart disease
- Liver disease
- Kidney disease
Dental Cleanings & Treatment at Cleveland Park Simpsonville
When your pet needs professional dental cleaning and care, Cleveland Park Simpsonville is here to help. We are an AAHA accredited animal hospital equipped with all the tools necessary to treat your pet’s dental needs. Our surgical suite is spotless and fully equipped with the latest technology required for all types of treatment and to monitor your pet while under anesthesia.
Following your pet’s dental cleaning, our veterinarians will help you establish an at-home dental care routine that is both convenient for you and beneficial for your pet. We want to help your pet have a bright smile for many years to come.
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