Our full anesthetic dental cleaning provides complete care for your pet during their procedure. The morning of surgery you will meet with your pet's surgery nurse to complete surgery admission paperwork. Your cat or dog will then have a pre-anesthetic exam where we take pre-surgical vitals including temperature, heart rate, pulse strength while also looking over your pet for any other conditions that need to be addressed during their visit. An intravenous (IV) catheter is put in place and blood work is run to ensure there are no underlying medical factors that would make anesthesia less safe for your pet. While your pet is being induced for anesthesia a sedative and pain injection are administered, IV fluids are also attached to your pet. IV Fluids help to keep their blood pressure steady, hydrate your pet, and can ease their recovery after anesthesia. While your pet is sedated they also have continual monitoring both with medical monitoring equipment and with their technician. Their teeth are cleaned much like any human dentist does with ultrasonic scaling, sub gingival curettage, charting, x-ray, polishing and a fluoride treatment. Once the procedure is complete your pet is monitored during recovery and their dental charting is complete. When you come to pick your fur kid up we will go over any home care instructions and medications with you. Our complete 20 step dental cleaning is $280.
Stinky and smelly breath, excessive drooling, chattering teeth, brown or discolored teeth, missing teeth or blood in your pet's mouth are often signs that they have developed dental disease and that your pet needs a dental cleaning. Bring your family cat or dog in during our regular business hours for a no cost dental evaluation with one of our technicians. They can asses your pet's oral health and determine what grade periodontal disease and grade tartar your pet possesses. If we find that your pet has extensive dental disease a full examination with one of our veterinarians will be recommended (at our normal exam cost of $50) so that any oral concerns can be addressed and if needed antibiotics can begin prior to the dental cleaning. This is also a great opportunity for you to discuss any other disease conditions present with your pet.