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The mouth is often the window to many other conditions that could be occuring with your pet. During wellness examinations we will discuss any changes or concerns we see in your pet's mouth and additional diagnostics or procedures that should be performed.

Signs you may see (or smell) at home that there is a concern with your pet's mouth include:

  • Bad breath
  • Red, swollen, or bleeding gums
  • Reluctance to chew hard food or treats
  • Excessive salivating
  • Painful mouth

We offer full dental procedures where we evaluate each tooth with our dental x-ray unit and corresponding gums. We then scale and polish all the teeth, and perform any dental procedures needed. 

Some websites we recommend:

Dental Care Guidelines

What's Happening Beneath Your Cat's Gumline

Dental Health in Your Pets

10 Steps to Your Dog's Dental Health

Sign up using the form or call 906-249-5667 to make your appointment.

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