If you neglect your pet’s dental health they can experience tooth decay, sensitivity or inflammation. It can damage their health or even shorten their life.
Preventative dental care for your pet can feel like a low priority. But, without regular check-ups, they could be suffering unnecessarily. Decay and lost teeth can lead to bad breath, eating problems, weight loss and one unhappy pet.
We know there’s more to good pet dental care than fresh breath, healthy gums and a movie star smile. It can actually improve your pet’s quality of life.
Treendale Pet Medical Veterinary Hospital is one of the few practices in the South West that offers accurate diagnosis of pet dental problems using advanced 3D imaging. Our on-site dentistry includes:
Don’t wait until your pet has a problem before you get their dental health checked. It’s safer, kinder and cheaper for your pet to have annual (age 2-8) or biannual (age 8+), check-ups and cleans to keep them healthy.
From x-rays to CT scans and 3D coloured imaging and modelling – we offer advanced, accurate imaging to detect and treat dental decay, diseases and lesions. We can also identify future dental needs
If your pet needs dental surgery, we have an on-site surgeon – Dr Rob – and we have fully equipped sterile operating theatres. Your pet can be diagnosed and treated all under one roof.
Minimising your pet’s distress when we treat them is a top priority in our fear-free hospital. We use dental nerve blocks to ensure pain-free extractions and greater comfort during recovery
Would never go anywhere else! So helpful, informative and best of all our fur babies are happy to go here.
Not even a whimper today when they both had their injections.
If it’s hard to snuggle up with your pet because their breath is unbearable – there’s a good chance they’re suffering from painful tooth
decay or dental disease. We prefer to keep your pet happy with preventative care, but we can also help with:
Poor dental hygiene can cause major health problems affecting your pet’s heart, liver and lungs.
Your pet undergoes a thorough, gentle oral examination with one of our vets.
If your pet has only mild build-up we may recommend a scale and polish under very light general anaesthesia for accurate and safe dentistry.
Teeth are like icebergs in that a lot of the problems may be below the surface. Sometimes imaging is required. We can investigate using x-rays, CT scans or the latest 3D colour imaging – all available on site.
Your vet will share your pet’s results with you, explain what they mean, offer honest advice about treatment options and answer any questions you have.
We’ll agree on a treatment plan that will be carried out on site and
may include the following:
If your pet requires anaesthesia or surgery, they will recover in one of our specially designed fear-free pet wards until they are ready to go home
We know that serious pet illnesses can stretch the budget, so we offer
Openpay to help you manage the cost of your pet’s return to good health.
We can help you take care of your pet’s teeth and gums, so they stay happy, healthy and huggable for longer.
Get in touch and ask about our dental health services to give your pet the best quality of life possible.
Social distancing is easy for pets and people in our spacious waiting areas.