Just as in humans, oral hygiene in pets is also extremely important. Owners still pay insufficient attention to this area believing that oral hygiene is not necessary in animals. Unfortunately, poor oral hygiene can lead to diseases of the oral cavity. Only when pain, loss of appetite, bleeding gums and loss of teeth arise do owners choose to visit the vet. All dental procedures on animals are performed under general anaesthesia.
The most common surgeries we perform are the diagnosing of dental diseases, plaque removal, polishing, extracting and filling of teeth, and reparations of jaw fractures.
Prevention is, of course, the best method to ensure that your pet doesn’t suffer pain and to improve its quality of life.