Dentistry

When your four-legged furry friend lunges for a big hug, does the smell of their breath knock you flat on your back? If this is true, then it's time for a dental checkup! 

A dental check up may highlight the need for cleaning, polishing, tooth extraction or even just a change in diet, and our hospital is fully equipped to offer the dentistry work required. Remember, your pet will look and function better and also live longer with healthy teeth and gums. It is true that a high percentage of ageing pets suffer from some degree of periodontal disease. This is a condition in which bacteria attack the gum tissue causing a foul odour, yellowish brown crusts of tartar around the gum line and even pain and bleeding when your pet eats or when you touch their gums.