Small Animal Dentistry at Animal Care Hospital
Did you know that 80% of animals over 5 years of age have some form of dental disease? At Animal Care Hospital, we utilize the latest techniques and modern equipment to provide the best dental care for your pet.
The most common disease in pets is periodontal disease. Pets are also subject to broken teeth, orthodontic problems, and cavities; all of which affect your pet's mouth and lead to other infections in the body. A leader in veterinary dental care for the Mid-South, at Animal Care Hospital we utilize the latest techniques and modern equipment to provide the best dental care for your pet.
What can you do about your pet's dental health?
- The first step is to examine your pet's mouth regularly. If gums are red or inflamed, there is a bad odor, there are broken teeth, or you see any other issues, call us right away so we can assess the problem(s) and create a treatment plan.
- Regular brushing and routine examinations by your veterinarian will prevent the build up of plaque and gingivitis, as well as deter bad breath!
Dr Stephen Galloway is a dental specialist. He is a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College and a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry.
Dr Melanie Galloway has also received advanced training in small animal dentistry.