Dentistry

The American Veterinary Dental Society reports that 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease. Besides the pain that your pet might be in, there is a strong correlation with an animal’s oral health and heart, kidney, and liver disease. How often do you think about your pet’s oral care? We brush our teeth daily, and our pets need it too!

Our anesthesia and monitoring are state-of-the-art to ensure a successful dental procedure for your pet. Each and every anesthetic patient is under the careful watch of a three-person team: a doctor, a certified veterinary technician, and a patient recovery specialist to ensure the procedure – before, during, and after – goes smoothly.

What we’re trying to say is – your pet’s oral care could not be more important! Our practice offers state-of-the-art equipment and our staff’s expertise combined with our modern dental suite that’s equipped with digital dental radiology equipment.

We provide routine cleaning, extractions, and restorations, as well as oral surgery and mass removal when needed.  More extensive dental procedures can be done with our local dental specialist partner, Dr. Edward Eisner, at Animal Specialty and Emergency Center  in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Their office can be reached at 303-740-9595 and 303-759-4728.

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