Dentistry for Your Pet
Burbank Animal Hospital Offers Comprehensive Care
Teeth cleaning for pets? Yes! Your pet's dental hygiene plays a significant role in their overall health. Just like human dental care, making sure that your pet's teeth are free of plaque and buildup can prevent some illnesses and ensure that they have long happy, and healthy lives.
Benefits of Pet Dentistry
- Plaque and tartar reduction
- Lessens the risk of oral infection
- Treats & prevents bad breath
- Reduces the risk of heart, liver, and kidney disease that can be caused by dental health issues
Our services include not only routine dental care, but also the treatment of existing conditions such as cancer, periodontal disease, orthodontic complications, and jaw, gum or tooth injuries. Dogs and cats alike can all benefit from visiting a Burbank veterinarian to have their teeth properly cleaned and ensure that their dental health is superb.
Non-Anesthetic Dentistry for Dogs and Cats
At Media City Animal Hospital, we are proud to offer non-sedation dentistry to pet owners looking to have their pet's teeth cleaned without the risk of anesthesia. This method allows for your pet to receive quality health care while avoiding the risks sometimes associated with anesthesia. When you work with our team, rest assured that your pet will be handled by professional and qualified veterinarians and technicians who have experience in handling non-anesthetic cleaning procedures. If you are interested in learning about this method or would like to check if your pet may qualify, we encourage you to contact our team.
Schedule a Dentistry Appointment with a Burbank Veterinarian Today
There are a lot of reasons that you should have your pet's teeth cleaned, including prevention of difficult conditions, treatment of existing conditions, and of course, better breath. A veterinarian from Media City Animal Hospital can help determine whether your dog or cat has signs of oral disease and can create a treatment plan to help eliminate the further buildup of tartar and plaque. Just like humans, tooth decay and breakdown of gum lines can have adverse effects on internal organs and cause foul-smelling breath. If dentistry sounds like the right thing for your pet, or if you have questions about your pet's dental hygiene, contact a Burbank veterinarian today. Schedule an appointment with our office as soon as possible.