Pet Dental Care FAQs

Are you an Edmond pet owner looking for pet dental care? Glen Eagles Pet Hospital is an Oklahoma-based veterinarian center that offers pet diagnostics and dental care services. Caring for your pet’s dental health is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your pet’s overall wellness. Following are the answers to several questions our veterinarian frequently receives regarding pet dental care.

Pet Dental Care

What is pet dental care?

Just like humans, animals can develop dental problems such as gum disease, tooth decay, plaque buildup, oral infection, bad breath, or periodontal disease. Whatever the issue is, the pet owner should be able to find a veterinarian that specializes in animal-based dental care.

How do I know if my pet needs dental care?

As a pet owner, you should check your pet for bad breath, rotting teeth, or odd behaviors such as excessive licking. If your animal displays any of these symptoms, then he or she may have a dental issues oral issue that needs professional attention. 

What are some common dental problems for animals?

Periodontal disease is one of the most common dental health issues in animals. This disease is a gum infection that damages gums and spreads to different areas of the mouth. Gingivitis is another common disease, usually caused by abnormal bacterial growth in your pet's mouth. If your pet has a broken tooth or a fractured jaw, it can lead to abscesses or infections in the mouth. Tumors and cysts can also cause problems for your pet. 

Does my pet need a dental cleaning?

Brushing your pet's teeth is a popular preventative measure used to prevent dental disease. However, some pets will not let their owners brush their teeth. If your pet will not let you brush its teeth, consider scheduling a pet dental cleaning with our veterinarian. Most vets will recommend teeth cleaning as well as an examination to get a full view of the animal's oral health. Your pet will be placed under anesthesia to make the process as easy and safe as possible.

How often should a pet receive dental care from a vet?

Our veterinarian recommends you schedule a pet dental cleaning once per year.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Veterinarian for Pet Dental Care in Edmond, OK

At Glen Eagles Pet Hospital, we have provided residents of Edmond, OK with reliable veterinary services including pet diagnostics and pet dental care for many years. Call us today at (405) 463-0600 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian. 


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