Periodontal disease affects nearly 85 percent of all cats and dogs over three years of age. This common disease has been associated with liver, kidney, and heart disorders. It is a frequent cause of pain and leads to poor general health. The good news is that dental disease is a preventable and treatable problem in most pets. For that reason, we provide the highest quality dental care as we strive to improve your pets’ health and comfort. Our doctors and technicians have advanced training in dentistry and therefore can provide high quality dental cleaning, radiography, and oral surgery. Each anesthetized dental patient has a team of three staff members (doctor, licensed technician, and technician assistant) in order to provide the most thorough and safest care possible.