Like people, pets need regular professional dental care.

Although you may brush your teeth and floss twice per day, you still visit your dentist for professional cleanings. Your furry pal likely doesn’t get their teeth brushed nearly as often, and all that plaque and tartar accumulation can create serious systemic illness. Up to 80% of pets have some form of dental disease by the age of 3, and many pet owners don’t realize the extent of the damage until their pet has issues eating.

Like people, pets need regular professional dental care.

Although you may brush your teeth and floss twice per day, you still visit your dentist for professional cleanings. Your furry pal likely doesn’t get their teeth brushed nearly as often, and all that plaque and tartar accumulation can create serious systemic illness. Up to 80% of pets have some form of dental disease by the age of 3, and many pet owners don’t realize the extent of the damage until their pet has issues eating.

Signs of Dental Disease

Your pet’s bad breath doesn’t just affect their mouth—it can be a sign that oral bacteria is traveling throughout the bloodstream and attacking the heart, liver, and kidneys.

At the first sign of dental disease, call the experienced team at CompleteCare Veterinary Center to schedule an oral exam for your pet. You may notice the following periodontal problems in your pet that indicate dental disease is present:

Red, inflamed gums

Excessive drooling

Brown or yellow buildup on the teeth

Dropping food out of one side of the mouth when chewing

Reluctance to eat

Avoidance of hard foods

Pawing at one side of the face

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Signs of Dental Disease

Your pet’s bad breath doesn’t just affect their mouth—it can be a sign that oral bacteria is traveling throughout the bloodstream and attacking the heart, liver, and kidneys.

At the first sign of dental disease, call the experienced team at CompleteCare Veterinary Center to schedule an oral exam for your pet. You may notice the following periodontal problems in your pet that indicate dental disease is present:

Red, inflamed gums

Excessive drooling

Brown or yellow buildup on the teeth

Dropping food out of one side of the mouth when chewing

Reluctance to eat

Avoidance of hard foods

Pawing at one side of the face

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Dental Care for Pets

in Staten Island

When you bring your furry friend to us for dental care in Staten Island, they will receive top-notch dental care services. In addition to a comprehensive oral exam, we also take dental X-rays to check out each of your pet’s teeth, from root to crown. As much as 60% of each tooth lies below the gum line, which means periodontal problems can easily be hidden and missed upon a routine exam. Your pet’s dental procedure will be performed under anesthesia to keep your furry pal safe and comfortable while we are cleaning and polishing their teeth to a pearly white shine. If your pet’s bad breath is knocking you over, call us to schedule a thorough oral exam and cleaning for your furry pal.

Dental Care for Pets

in Staten Island

When you bring your furry friend to us for dental care in Staten Island, they will receive top-notch dental care services. In addition to a comprehensive oral exam, we also take dental X-rays to check out each of your pet’s teeth, from root to crown. As much as 60% of each tooth lies below the gum line, which means periodontal problems can easily be hidden and missed upon a routine exam. Your pet’s dental procedure will be performed under anesthesia to keep your furry pal safe and comfortable while we are cleaning and polishing their teeth to a pearly white shine. If your pet’s bad breath is knocking you over, call us to schedule a thorough oral exam and cleaning for your furry pal.