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Posted on 11-19-2015
Your Source for Pet Dental in Overland Park
Pet dental care is critical to the health and wellbeing of your pet. At Nall Hills Animal Hospital in Overland Park, we’re proud to offer a range of services to pets in need of dental care. That’s the reason we’re posting this article about the pet dental experience at our clinic: because knowing what kind of treatment your pet will receive at Nall Hills may help you decide that pet dental is right for your animal companion.
The Nall Hills Pet Dental Experience
When your pet comes in for a dental treatment, you’ll arrive in the morning with your pet. He or she will be ready to go back home in the afternoon.
Anesthesia for your pet is included in the price of the treatment. We’ll perform pre-anesthesia blood work, then administer the anesthesia before your pet goes in for dental treatments. This helps to ensure that your pet is comfortable and relaxed when he or she sees the veterinarian for dental treatments.
Your Pet Gets Treatment that He or She Needs in Overland Park
At Nall Hills, we treat pets with a variety of techniques, such as:
Scaling. This non-surgical technique offers a deep-clean to pets that have gum disease and significant plaque buildup.
Polishing. Polishing the teeth helps keep them slick and free of food particles that cause tooth decay.
Extractions. Sometimes a tooth can’t be saved. When that happens, we administer the appropriate pain medications, and then we extract the tooth in a way that is safe for your pet.
Antibiotics. Sometimes pets need medicine after dental procedures. In this case, we prescribe the appropriate medication for your pet.
Contact Your Overland Park Veterinarian for More Information
At Nall Hills Animal Hospital in Overland Park, we're your source for dog dental care as well as cat dental care. We invite you to make an appointment for your pet’s tooth cleaning today. With a little preventative care, we can help your pet have better oral hygiene.
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