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Proactive Veterinary
Dental Care

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Dental health is a critical component of your pet's overall well-being. Overlooking routine dental care can lead to various health issues, including gum disease, tooth decay, and even more serious infections. Our team of experienced veterinarians and technicians aim to maintain that sparkling smile through expert dental care.

Annual Dental Care heart icon

At Crossroads Animal Hospital, we believe every month is dental month. That's why ALL dental services scheduled within 30 days of the recommended dental procedure date are 10% off the entire procedure.

The first step to expert dental care is an annual cleaning. Your pet will be placed under highly-monitored anesthesia while our team provides a full oral health assessment. This can include:

  • Dental Imaging: Dental disease often lives below the gum line
  • Cleaning and Polishing
  • Oral Surgery

Following your pet’s procedure our team will continue to closely monitor their vitals and provide any necessary pain management. Then we will help develop a personalized dental routine for your pet.

Annual dental evaluations play a crucial role in preventing dental disease and help determine if additional visits are necessary to maintain your pet's oral health.

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Signs of Dental Disease heart icon

Dental disease can greatly impact your pet's quality of life. While annual dental exams are essential for detecting potential issues, it is equally important for pet owners to be aware of signs and symptoms that may indicate dental disease at home. If you observe any of the following warning signs, we recommend scheduling an appointment promptly to ensure your pet's well-being:

  • Bleeding or swollen gums
  • Difficulty eating
  • Bad breath
  • Excessive drooling
  • Pawing at the mouth
  • Loose or broken teeth
  • Tooth discoloration
Please submit an appointment request or call us to set up a dental exam and discover how to promote your pet’s dental health. heart icon