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Does your pet's mouth look like this ?
Dental disease affects more than just your pet's breath. It is a source of infection to his or her entire body.
This infection can cause damage to vital organs such as the heart, liver, and kidneys.
Dental exams are part of our over all wellness check.
Please schedule and appointment soon and allow us to help prevent dental disease in your pet.
At the Fountains of Boynton Animal Hospital, we take great pride in providing the best possible dental care for your pet. Our dental procedures are extremely comprehensive and thorough, allowing us to diagnose treat, and prevent oral disease very effectively and safely. Our Oral Health Assessment and Treatment procedures involve the following steps:
In an effort to provide the most comprehensive dental care possible, we recommend that every patient receive full-mouth radiographs (X-Rays) during the dental procedure. This allows us to evaluate the 50% of each tooth that lies below the gum line, which is of utmost importance when we consider that our pets cannot tell us when they have discomfort in the mouth.