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Cat and Dog Teeth Cleaning in Hingham, MA

Is daily brushing part of your pet’s health routine? If not, now is the time to start. Your pet’s oral health is deeply connected to their overall health; if their teeth and gums are in poor condition, this will affect the rest of their body. Old Derby Animal Hospital offers a complete inventory of dog and cat teeth cleaning services in Hingham, MA, to help with treating and preventing dental disease and other oral conditions that can result in swollen gums, oral pain, and tooth loss. A healthy mouth means a better quality of life.

The road to a healthy mouth starts with an oral exam. Make an appointment today!

Dog and Cat Teeth Cleaning in Hingham, MA

What’s in Our Teeth Cleaning Package?

To preserve your pet’s pearly whites for as long as possible, we provide these cat and dog teeth cleaning services:

  • An oral exam to help us determine whether your pet needs a dental cleaning
  • Full-mouth digital dental X-rays to screen for signs of dental disease
  • A complete dental cleaning under anesthesia to ensure that all plaque, tartar, and/or calculus is removed from both above and below the gum line
  • Polishing the tooth enamel smooth to deter future plaque and tartar buildup
  • Examination of each individual tooth and the pockets around the teeth
  • If necessary, we can perform dental extractions to remove decayed or broken teeth

Additionally, our animal hospital carries VOHC-endorsed pet dental care products so you can continue your pet’s treatment at home.

Cat Teeth Cleaning in Hingham, MA
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Wonderful and very nice, caring front desk, vet tech Casey and Dr Butler of course! I'm very happy I've switched to Old Derby!!

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Why Home Dog and Cat Teeth Cleaning is Important

Dental disease occurs when plaque and tartar form on the teeth over time and harden into calculus, which is impossible to remove with brushing. Bacteria in this material can find its way under the gum line and cause severe infection. Fortunately, brushing your pet’s teeth every day can minimize the buildup of plaque and tartar and prevent dental disease altogether. It may also increase the length of time between professional teeth cleanings.

 

To supplement your pet’s teeth cleaning routine, you can also try a prescription dental diet, dental chews/treats, water additives, and oral care wipes. Ask us about what we offer and how it can help your pet!

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