DENTAL

Preventative Pet Dental Care

Have you done the breath check for your pet lately? 

Your pet's oral health is not that dissimilar to your own. Changes in oral health can arise quicker than you may think. Get in touch with the expert veterinarians at North Cascade Veterinary Hospital for a thorough dental checkup of your pet.
Dogs

Take Advantage of Our Digital X-Ray

Dental x-rays help your veterinarian evaluate the health of your pet’s teeth by identifying the following problems:
  • Tooth fractures
  • Retained deciduous teeth
  • Tooth root abscesses
  • Impacted teeth
  • Lesions
  • Height of gum below the gumline
  • Bone changes
  • Bone loss or soft tissue tumors

Signs of Oral Disease in Cats and Dogs

  • Bad breath
  • Drooling
  • Lumps and bumps
  • Reluctance to eat (especially hard kibble)
  • Red, inflamed or bleeding gums
Dental Health

Some Facts About the Dental Health of Pets

  • Plaque, a colorless film that develops over the surface of the tooth, can build up creating infection in the gums and can also potentially impact vital organs
  • Almost 7 out of 10 cats have a form of periodontal disease
  • By age 4, 85% of dogs show signs of oral disease
Our knowledgeable staff can offer education, services and products to support your pet’s health and help ease your mind.
Call us at 360-856-1809 to schedule an appointment for your pet's dental checkup.

Digital x-ray provides 
speed in development, 
clarity in reading and accuracy in diagnosis.


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