- 12 Hour Pain Injection
- Courtesy Nail trim
- IV Catheter- For direct vein access for medication/sedation
FELINE DENTAL – $206
0 – 25 lbs $206
26 – 50 lbs $217
51 – 75 lbs $227
76 – 100 lbs $237
Over 100 lbs $248
If Extractions are Required
Deciduous Teeth (Baby Teeth) $20.00
NOTE: If extractions are required, Pain Medication & Antibiotics are Mandatory. If your pet is 7 years or older, blood work is required before the dental which is $80.00. If your pet is a new patient, a Pre-Dental exam is required before the dental which is $29.00.
DENTAL DISEASE IS THE #1 DISEASE PROBLEM IN CATS & DOGS
What is dental disease and how does it work?
As your pet eats, food particles accumulate on and between tooth surfaces.
Bacteria in the mouth digest these particles to form plaque, a sticky yellow
film seen on the teeth. As the infection spreads, dental disease starts.
What is Tarter, Gingivitis & Periodontal Disease?
Plaque builds up, the bacteria causes infection to the gums known as
“Gingivitis” a red line along the teeth. Eventually, plaque hardens to form
“Tarter” which holds the infection to the tooth surface and pushes
bacteria under the gum line. “Periodontal Disease” is this deeper
infection of the teeth and roots, which
ultimately results in the loss of the infected tooth.
CAN BAD TEETH BE HARMFUL TO MY PET?
Dirty teeth may smell and look bad, but the damage that you don’t see is much worse!
The gum tissue has an extensive blood supply. When infections start, these bacteria
get into your pet’s circulation and eventually leads to heart, liver, kidney, bone and
joint disease including organ failure.
Inflamation of the Gums
Obvious Tarter Buildup
Just not feeling well due to fighting infection
Adult Dogs have 42 teeth
Adult Cats have 30 teeth
Dogs and cats have two sets of teeth: puppy/kitten & adult teeth
They start loosing their baby teeth usually aroiund 3-4 months and finish losing
them by five or six months, at which time they have all been replaced.