Routine preventive dental care is critical to your pet’s ongoing health since periodontal disease can cause pain, organ issues, and more. Routine dental care, and oral surgery when necessary, helps to prevent and/or treat periodontal disease and can really make a difference in your pet’s health.
Our surgeons are highly trained and well educated in the latest technologies when it comes to oral surgery. We make it our goal to help our patients as much as we can while minimizing the amount of stress on the mouth.
We know that many owners have concerns about surgery. You may be worried about the pain it may cause, your pet’s age, or the care that may be required after the procedure. However, we are here to help you through this difficult time. We will be able to answer any questions you have. We will also do our best to alleviate all of your concerns. We want you to know that your pet will be in good hands while staying with us. We love pets and treat each one like our own.
Most pets recover quickly. They are back to their normal selves in just a few days. Most eat shortly after surgery, though we recommend feeding them soft foods for several days or weeks after surgery to allow the mouth to heal.