Proper dental care for your dog or cat can detect dental disease that not only affects the mouth, but can also lead to more serious health problems such as heart, lung, and kidney disease. 80% of dogs and 70% of cats over 3 years of age suffer from some form of dental disease, making it the most common health issue among the pet population.
Dental Disease leads to:
- Pain – our pets may not complain about a toothache, but the anatomy of their teeth is just like ours. And cavities hurt!
- Bad Breath
- Appetite issues
- Kidney Disease
- Heart Disease
- Lung Disease
Anesthetic Dentistry Package: $400
- Exam by DVM
- Catheterization and IV fluids
- Pre-Anesthetic Sedative
- EKG Monitoring
- Extra Team Member who solely monitors vitals
- Dental Cleaning with
- Full Mouth Dental Radiography
- Hospital Monitoring
- Water blanket to maintain
All dogs and cats undergoing anesthesia will have a pre-anesthetic blood panel to assess organ function and establish the safest possible anesthetic protocol. Your pet will be monitored while under anesthesia for heart rate and rhythm, respiratory rate and effort, blood pressure, anesthetic depth, and body temperature. Pain is controlled with injectable medications and oral pain medications post procedure.
All patients will receive fluids for the entire procedure. Animals are intubated to protect their airway for a safer plane of anesthesia. All patients will have continuous monitoring in recovery until they are bright and alert and have normal body temperature. Medications and instructions for home care are sent home at the discharge time at the end of the day.
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