Bad breath can be an indicator of serious dental disease or of systemic disease such as kidney failure or diabetes. It takes more than a discerning nose to tell the difference. Book your consultation today!
Dr. Mulder and the team of qualified and experienced Registered Veterinary Technicians will carefully anesthetize your pet and perform photos & radiographs, probe dental pockets and assess your pet for all kinds of dental disease. Then we perform the required treatment, restoring your pet to the best they can be!
Cat's teeth are often neglected as long as they eat!
Most cats are very good about maintaining an image of having it all together. Its below their dignity to show discomfort or disease. Despite this, dental disease is very common in cats especially painful Tooth Resorption. (aka resorptive lesion, FORL, neck lesion....) What ever you call it, it hurts! Oral radiographs are the only way to know if your cat is affected
Watch this space for a weekly update of dogs and cats that have been freed from dental pain and infection. Dr. Mulder will post a blog with pictures and occasionally some video of interesting patients recently treated.
Veterinarians are encouraged to refer pets that require multiple extractions, fractured tooth treatment or malocclusions as well as any case that requires assessment or treatment. A full report of dental disease diagnosis, treatment and post operative care will be sent to the referring veterinarian to ensure coordinated ongoing care.