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DENTISTRY

DENTISTRY

At My Family Vet, we believe that oral health is a vital part of overall health. We offer complimentary dental checks with our experienced vet nurses, where your pet’s dental (periodontal) disease can be given a grade. We will advise you if your family pet needs a dental procedure. Then we can book them in for a periodontal procedure, explain the process in detail and provide you with an estimate of costs.

In brief, dentals are a day procedure where your pet needs to be dropped off in the morning at our clinic. Your pet will be given a physical examination and a blood test to check organ function. If our vets have any concerns about this, they will give you a call. Your pet will have a general anaesthetic (GA) (where they will be monitored very closely), dental x-rays (to look more thoroughly at the health of their teeth), any extractions necessary (which you will be called about to discuss) and a dental scale and polish (which uses an ultrasonic scaler to remove tartar and plaque off the teeth).

After your pet has recovered from their GA, you will be contacted to let you know how everything has gone and to organize a time for pick-up. At the discharge appointment, we will provide you with a dental pack and discuss home dental care.

At My Family Vet, we believe that oral health is a vital part of overall health. We offer complimentary dental checks with our experienced vet nurses, where your pet’s dental (periodontal) disease can be given a grade. We will advise you if your family pet needs a dental procedure. Then we can book them in for a periodontal procedure, explain the process in detail and provide you with an estimate of costs.

In brief, dentals are a day procedure where your pet needs to be dropped off in the morning at our clinic. Your pet will be given a physical examination and a blood test to check organ function. If our vets have any concerns about this, they will give you a call. Your pet will have a general anaesthetic (GA) (where they will be monitored very closely), dental x-rays (to look more thoroughly at the health of their teeth), any extractions necessary (which you will be called about to discuss) and a dental scale and polish (which uses an ultrasonic scaler to remove tartar and plaque off the teeth).

After your pet has recovered from their GA, you will be contacted to let you know how everything has gone and to organize a time for pick-up. At the discharge appointment, we will provide you with a dental pack and discuss home dental care.