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Professional Dog Teeth Cleaning

It is important to have your pet's teeth cleaned regularly throughout their lifetime. 

It has been proven that many health problems begin in your pet's mouth.

Just like humans, cats and dogs can suffer from periodontal disease, have cavities, and infected teeth causing inflammation in the rest of the body.

Why Get a Professional Dog Teeth Cleaning?

Owners can be unaware when dogs suffer from mouth infections and toothaches when mouth disease has progressed. 
Having A teeth cleaning for dogs gives a veterinarian the opportunity to clean the teeth and examine each tooth for necessity of a tooth extraction. When your dog gets a necessary tooth removed, they not only feel better, but become healthier.

Why Your Dog Might Need Dental Cleaning?

Dental disease begins early in pets.  At the age of three, your pet likely has tartar and plaque that needs removed by a professional dental cleaning.  Pet’s that do not receive dental cleanings get a build up of tartar resulting in advanced gum disease.  Plaque is full of harmful bacteria that can infect tissue and teeth.  When the structure of a tooth becomes too compromised, then an extraction is advised.  Otherwise your pet could suffer with pain. 

A proper dog dental cleaning is performed under general anesthesia.  General anesthesia is necessary to get an excellent result with opportunity to properly diagnose, x-ray and perform tooth extractions. Each tooth is cleaned deep into the gum line.  The teeth then are polished to help slow plaque buildup.

Pets generally recover quickly from the anesthesia, the dog teeth cleaning and even extractions.  Soon, they will eat their regular dry dog food even when teeth have been extracted.

Discuss Dental Health

Discussing dental health of your pet and  a dental diet with your veterinarian is always a good idea. Consider dental treats, like Oravet, for your pet, as they taste great and can aid in improving your pet’s dental health and help with a dog's dental cleaning.

Of, course, there’s cleaning your dog’s teeth at home.  If you can establish a routine early, many pets are happy to cooperate.  Our Marietta pet clinic is happy to help advise every pet owner concerning appropriate pet dental health.

JAVMA News about preventative care in dogs and cats.

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Marietta Vet Clinic Dr. Julian Peckich

At Marietta Vet Clinic, we offer comprehensive, high-quality care at our state-of-the-art facility. We strive to create the most welcoming, pleasant experience for you and your furry friend. Dr. Peckich is affiliated with the American Veterinary Medical Association and has been providing specialized care for nearly ten years. 

To get started, request your pet’s appointment online or call our Marietta office at (404) 919-5150.

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