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Pet Dental Cleaning

We believe in stopping oral disease, before it even starts. That's why our veterinarians recommend regular pet dental exams & cleaning to reduce the chance of other health problems.

Pet Dental Cleaning Vancouver

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Cypress St. Animal Hospital will help your pets to smile. Pet dental cleaning is the most common cause for a visit to the vet. At Cypress St. Animal Hospital, we believe in stopping oral disease before it starts. According to the American Veterinarian Dental Society, a form of oral disease affects 80% of dogs and 70% of cats by the time they reach age three.

Veterinary Dentistry Vancouver

We recommend you begin brushing your pet’s teeth between 8-12 weeks of age. Avoid human toothpastes, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, as they are harmful and easily swallowed. Our team can suggest an oral home care regime that fits your schedule, protecting your pet against tooth decay and tooth loss.

Bringing your pet in for cleaning is a great way to guard their oral health. Our ultrasonic scaling, polishing and fluoride treatments all aid to uncover dental problems and protect your pet’s well being.

Oral issues are easily overlooked. Problems such as gum abnormalities, plague and tartar buildup, periodontal disease and oral tumors, can be missed without regular examinations and cleanings.

For pets between 1-3 years of age, annual cleaning exams are recommended. Older pets may need to come in every 6 months, as advanced dental disease is more prevalent in older animals.

Preserve your pet’s oral health today. Drop by our pet clinic, give us a call or email us through our contact form to schedule your appointment.

What Pet Owners Are Saying:

"I’m so glad that this is our neighbourhood vet! Our cat disappeared and was found with a broken leg. We took him here and the surgery was arranged. The staff and doctors are all very friendly and kind. We’ve even had calls at home to check and see how he’s recovering."

- Louisa D.

"I brought in my 6-week old kitten for her first check up and vaccinations a couple of weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised by the experience. The staff were friendly. All of my concerns were addressed and all my questions were answered in depth. The prices were very reasonable."

- Ellie C.

Signs of Oral Disease

  • - Yellowing or brown buildup on teeth
  • - Bleeding or inflamed gums
  • - Trouble chewing, pawing at the jaw
  • - Constant bad breath
  • - Excessive drooling