At Dogwood Veterinary Dental, we believe that a healthy mouth leads to a happy pet. Our team of highly-skilled veterinarians and technicians are dedicated to providing the best dental care for dogs and cats in the Vancouver, WA community.
Whether it’s a routine cleaning or a more advanced procedure, we’ve got you covered. From the moment you walk in the door, you’ll see that we’re passionate about helping your pet maintain a healthy mouth. We’ve got you covered with a range of services, including:
Regular dental check-ups and teeth cleaning
Advanced procedures such as oral surgery
Our goal is to ensure that your pet’s dental needs are met and that they are well cared for. Our state-of-the-art equipment and advanced techniques allow us to provide the most effective and efficient care possible, and our team of veterinary professionals are not only skilled, but also compassionate and caring.
So, if you're looking for top-notch pet dental services in the Vancouver, WA area, don’t hesitate to call us at (360) 859-3790 and schedule an appointment today. We’re excited to help your pet’s smile shine!
Common signs of dental disease in dogs and cats:
Teeth covered in tartar
Dropping food from the mouth
Pet not wanting his/her mouth touched
Bleeding from the mouth
Swelling under the eye or along the gum line
Loss of appetite or weight loss
Many pet owners are unaware of just how involved tooth extractions can be. Extracting a tooth is a type of oral surgery and can include numbing teeth, cutting teeth with a drill, suturing gum tissue, and taking dental x-rays. If you would like more information please click on the following link to see a narrated slideshow about dental extractions:
Warning: This video contains some graphic material.
Tools to maintain good dental health:
Annual veterinary dental cleanings (small dogs may require dental treatments every 6 months as they build up tartar at a faster rate).
Tooth brushing at home daily (with pet-friendly toothpaste).
Dental products/treats approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council.
Feeding a dental diet designed to prevent/remove tartar buildup.