Veterinary Service

Pet Dentistry

At Circle C Animal Hospital, our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions, and minor oral surgery.

Vet brushing teeth of cute dog

Pet Dentistry

At Circle C Animal Hospital in Austin, TX, we understand the vital role that your pet’s dental health plays in their overall well-being. Our devoted team of veterinarians is dedicated to offering exceptional pet dentistry services, ensuring your beloved companions maintain healthy smiles for years to come.

Why Pet Dentistry Matters

Just like us, pets can encounter dental issues that, if ignored, may lead to more severe health problems. Regular dental care is critical in preventing these issues and promoting your pet’s overall health. But how do you recognize when your pet requires dental care? Look out for these signs:

When to Tell if a Pet Needs Dental Care:

  • Bad Breath: If your pet’s breath has an unpleasant odor, it could signal dental problems.
  • Changes in Eating Habits: Reluctance to eat, difficulty chewing, or pawing at the mouth while eating may indicate dental issues.
  • Visible Tartar or Discoloration: Check your pet’s teeth for visible tartar buildup or discoloration, as these could be signs of dental disease.

Our Pet Dentistry Services

At Circle C Animal Hospital, we provide a range of pet dentistry services designed to keep your furry friends’ smiles bright and healthy:

Comprehensive Dental Exams:

Our skilled veterinarians conduct thorough dental examinations to identify any issues and develop personalized treatment plans.

Professional Teeth Cleaning:

Utilizing advanced techniques, we deliver professional teeth cleaning to remove plaque and tartar, preventing gum disease and tooth decay.

Extractions and Oral Surgery:

When necessary, our experienced veterinary team performs extractions or oral surgery with the utmost care and precision.

Benefits of Pet Dentistry

Investing in your pet’s dental health offers numerous advantages:

  • Prevents Pain and Discomfort: Regular dental care helps prevent painful dental conditions that can impact your pet’s quality of life.
  • Promotes Overall Health: Good oral health is linked to improved overall health in pets, reducing the risk of systemic diseases.
  • Enhances Longevity: By addressing dental issues promptly, you contribute to your pet’s longevity and well-being.

When to Schedule Pet Dental Care

If you observe any of the signs above or if it’s been more than a year since your pet’s last dental check-up, it’s time to schedule an appointment with our skilled veterinarians. Regular check-ups are key to catching and addressing dental issues early.