Dental disease in dogs and cats is one of the most common conditions which Veterinary Surgeons deal with today. But with a little time and attention from you, dental care will keep your pets’ mouth as healthy and as clean as possible, and may help reduce the risk of dental disease from occurring at all.
Dogs and cats have teeth similar to our own and are susceptible to some of the same oral problems as we are. But unlike us, your pet can’t tell you when something is wrong, so it’s important that their teeth are cared for from an early age.
During March and April we are offering 10% off all dental work carried out at our Ayr surgery!
We have a fully equipped modern dental facility, including dental X ray facilities.
Under general anaesthetic, your pets teeth can be fully checked using sterile probes, and then X rayed. The X rays can be viewed straight away on our digital processor, and the pictures are then linked to your pet’s own computerised medical records. Teeth can be scaled using an ultrasonic scaler and then polished with a motor driven low speed hand piece.
Any extractions are performed surgically with the help of our high speed dental drill. Surgical closure of the gum wounds with dissolving stitches means that your pet’s mouth heals much more quickly, and is much more comfortable for them.
For further information check out our Dentistry Page >
Simply give us a call to book you pets’ appointment!
Ayr - 01292 264 778