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Laguna Hills Animal Hospital
24271 El Toro Road, Laguna Woods, CA.  92637
949-837-7333.

Dental Cleaning

Established 1966

Proper care of the teeth is one of the most important and often ignored preventive health measures for your pet.  Untreated, dental infection can enter the bloodstream, damage vital organs and shorten your pet's life.

Even people who "brush after every meal" regularly need their own teeth cleaned professionally.

Your pet certainly does not brush. Therefore, he or she will need periodic help from us. Most pets need their teeth cleaned yearly, but some may require it more (or less) often.

HOW TO TELL WHEN YOUR PET NEEDS ITS
TEETH CLEANED

Your doctor has suggested it after a physical examination.

Bad breath is a noticeable problem.

You routinely examine your pet's mouth and have
noticed that the teeth are discolored.

Your pet's mouth is sensitive and he/she will not allow
you to look at the teeth.  Pain may cause difficulty eating.
Abnormal "clicking" sounds from the mouth are also suggestive of problems.

Blood or infection has been seen coming from the mouth (or on the bedding).

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DENTAL SERVICES OFFERED

  • NO ANESTHESIA TEETH CLEANING

    Cooperative pets (that can tolerate being held for about 30 minutes) that have discolored teeth and/or bad breath are good candidates for a no anesthesia teeth cleaning.  A skilled veterinary dental assistant will scale, polish and clean your pet’s teeth without the use of general anesthetic. 

    Our dental technicians are experienced in both teeth cleaning and possess the patience and gentle restraint techniques needed to clean your pet’s teeth.  This type of teeth cleaning is excellent for pets that do not have severe tartar on their teeth. It is also good for younger pets on maintenance plans. All pets with suspected infection, decayed teeth, or those that are un-cooperative with restraint will need anesthesia.

  • ANESTHESIA TEETH CLEANING
  • COMMON QUESTIONS
  • REGULAR HOME CARE TIPS
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Web page Updated, Sunday, March 22, 2015
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