Alburnett Vet Service - pet dental care
Veterinary Service

Pet Dentistry in
Alburnett, IA

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Pet Dentistry in Alburnett, IA

What makes dental care so crucial? According to recent studies, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult canines have oral illness symptoms. In actuality, the majority of pet owners are unaware that their animal has dental problems. Indications that your pet’s teeth could need veterinarian care include bad breath, plaque buildup, frequent drooling, sore or bleeding gums when eating or chewing, and decreased appetite.

Pet Dentistry
Regular dental checkups for dogs and cats are just as vital as they are for you. The general health of your pet is closely related to how they feel in their mouth. Bad breath, missing, broken, or yellowed teeth; red, swollen, or bleeding gums; trouble or pain when eating; pawing at the mouth; and excessive drooling are all indications of dental illness. Please get in touch with our staff if you have any of these symptoms, and we’ll be pleased to assist you.

We take pride in using the most modern tools, such as digital dental x-rays, to treat dental problems. This makes it possible for us to find diseases that we otherwise would not be able to see that are present below the gum line. Thanks to dental radiographs, we may frequently see hidden abscesses, cracked teeth, resorbed roots, retained roots, and more.