Dental Cleaning at Parkview Animal Hospital
Maintaining your pet’s dental health is one of the most important things you can do as a pet owner. Unfortunately, many pet owners neglect their pets’ dental health. This is because caring for your pet’s teeth can be time-consuming and difficult. Also, many pet owners simply do not know how important keeping their pet’s mouth clean is. If you are struggling to maintain your pet’s dental health, or do not even know where to begin, Parkview Animal Hospital in Lincoln, NE, can help. Our dental cleaning service will ensure your pet’s mouth is as healthy as can be.
Our Pet Dental Services
When it comes to maintaining dental health in pets, most pet owners do not even know where to begin. Considering the lack of awareness surrounding pet dental cleaning, it’s not surprising. Our team of qualified and experienced staff is always ready to address your dental cleaning needs. Some of the dental services we provide include:
- Ultrasonic teeth cleaning & polishing
- Dental radiographs
- Tooth bonding
- Dental surgery
- Tooth extractions
Dental cleaning is our main area of specialization at Parkview Animal Hospital. Most people do not know that it is important to brush your pet’s teeth after every meal. This is why so many pets suffer from different dental issues and pain without their owners ever realizing there is something wrong. Most pets have bad breath, discolored teeth, tartar, and decayed teeth. While a certain level of this is to be expected in animals, pet dental issues can progress to the point where they are causing the animal significant pain. If you are worried your pet is suffering from untreated dental issues, Parkview Animal Hospital in Lincoln, NE, can help put you at ease.
Assess Your Pet’s Dental Health Today
Our veterinarians are qualified to offer the best dental care to your pet. When you visit our clinic, your pet will be treated with love and care, and we will help address any health issues your pet may be experiencing. Call Parkview Animal Hospital at (402) 423-6939 with questions or stop on by to have a doctor examine your pet’s teeth and determine the best plan of action for his/her dental care.