Pet Dental Care in Watertown, CT

Good dental hygiene can increase your pet's health, vitality, and well-being and add additional years to his or her life. Regular dental check-ups and teeth cleanings help ensure your pet leads the best life possible.

If left untreated, dental disease can not only be painful and inhibit proper nutrition, but it can also lead to serious systemic issues that may threaten your pet's health before symptoms are noticeable. It is estimated that more than 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats develop tooth and gum disease by the age of three years.

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Dental Services

At Stone Veterinary Hospital, we believe that the core of good dental care is a complete oral exam followed by a thorough cleaning designed to remove plaque and slow its buildup. Your pet's dental prophylaxis includes:

  • Oral examinations under anesthesia
  • Diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease
  • Ultrasonic supra and subgingival scaling
  • Tooth extractions
  • Polishing
  • Irrigation
  • Fluoride application

We chart your pet's teeth at every cleaning and his or her teeth are evaluated by a veterinarian.