About Dental Health
Keeping your pet healthy includes maintaining good oral health.
Maintaining good oral health is vital for your pets’ well-being. We recommend regular tooth cleaning and dental check-ups. Broken teeth and swollen gums may mean your pet is in chronic pain.
Signs your pet may need a dental check-up:
- Foul smelling breath
- Loss of appetite
- Swollen, red gums
- Plaque build-up on teeth
- Broken Teeth
Our state-of-the-art dental x-ray unit gives us clear dental images and is now an essential part of our dental service, especially for cats, allowing us to identify hidden disease and set up appropriate treatment plans.
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Routine dental care at home can help avoid painful dental problems such as caries or periodontal disease. Our nurses can teach you how to train your pet into enjoying the daily task of tooth brushing and give you lots of helpful tips too.
Should your pet need dental treatment Sandymount Vets has all the state-of-the-art equipment needed to treat their dental condition. To learn more about the signs of Dental disease click here.
What Our Clients Say.
I’m so glad I found Sandymount Vets! My dog and cat receive excellent care there and the staff always treat them with kindness and compassion. Thank you for all you do.
I have been going to Sandymount Vets for decades now. The care Dick, Miriam, John and all the staff give is second to none. It’s a home from home for my Daisy and other fur babies in the past.
Love how all the vets and nurses are incredibly kind and give such great advice to first time dog owners.