Just as in humans, routing dental cleaning is one of the most important means to living a long, happy and pain free life.
Up to 70% a pet’s teeth is under the gum line obtaining quality x-rays of every tooth is essential in performing oral examinations.
It has been documented that 92.2% of discolored teeth are nonvital (dead). Nonvital teeth often lead to abscesses and pain.
It is a fact that 80% of your four-legged friends will have some degree of periodontal disease by the time they are two years old.
Endodontic therapy, also known as root canal therapy, has a 96% success rate in dogs.
Restorations, also known as prosthodontics, is the act of replacing teeth or restoring teeth to more normal function.
Our doctors at Carefree Dentistry and Oral Surgery for Animals are highly experienced at bite evaluations, genetic counseling, and orthodontic treatments.
The doctors at Carefree Dentistry and Oral Surgery for Animals are the experts at diagnosing and treating a wide range of oral diseases.
Our doctors are highly trained and experienced at treating fractures, oral tumors, dislocated jaws (mandibles), dislodged (luxated) teeth, oronasal fistulae and palatal defects.
Carefree Dentistry and Oral Surgery for Animals has state of the art equipment. We have the most advanced anesthesia monitoring equipment, anesthetic machines, and digital dental x-ray systems.