Pet Dentistry

Our Pet Dentistry services at Crestwood Crossing Animal Hospital prioritize your pet’s oral health, ensuring a bright smile and overall well-being.

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Pet Dentistry in Tulsa, OK

At Crestwood Crossing Animal Hospital, we understand the profound bond you share with your animal companions. Our goal is to provide your pets with the highest quality treatment, specializing in comprehensive pet dentistry. We acknowledge that pets are not just creatures; they hold a cherished place within your family, and their well-being is of utmost importance to us.

Unfortunately, many pet parents often underestimate the significance of dental care in maintaining their pets’ overall health. Similar to humans, pets can experience dental issues that, if left untreated, can lead to discomfort, suffering, and even severe health complications.

The Benefits of Our Pet Dentistry Service

1. Improved Oral Health: Maintaining your pet’s oral health requires routine dental exams and cleanings. Modern tools are used by our knowledgeable veterinarians to thoroughly check your pet’s teeth, spot any early problems, and take fast corrective action. By doing this, we can shield your pet from dental disorders and make sure they live pain-free lives.

2. Dental Disease Prevention: Tooth decay and periodontal disease are prevalent dental concerns among pets. Our comprehensive pet dentistry treatments focus on stopping the progression of these conditions, safeguarding your pet from unnecessary discomfort and health issues.

3. Fresh Breath: In pets, bad breath can be more than simply an annoyance; it may be a sign of hidden dental problems. One of our pet dentistry services is expert cleaning.

4. Improved Overall Health: Your pet’s oral health is closely related to their general health. Systemic illnesses like kidney, liver, and heart disease can be exacerbated by dental problems. Giving your pet’s dental care a priority will help them live longer and be in better overall condition.

5. Increased Comfort and Happiness: Pets who are in discomfort from their teeth may behave differently, have a smaller appetite, or be reluctant to play. You can make sure your pet is comfortable and content for the whole of their life by taking proactive measures to treat dental issues.