Pet Dentistry & Oral Care in Toronto, Ontario

Pet Dentistry & Oral Care in Toronto, Ontario

Just like humans, pets do suffer from tooth pain and other oral ailments. Most of the pet owners are not aware of these dental issues and take the oral health of their companions for granted. Just imagine how your teeth would look, if you didn’t brush them daily.

No matter you own a puppy or an adult dog, it's your responsibility to provide him dental care and treatment in Toronto. Compared to humans, pets are equally subjected to unfavorable bacteria, ulcers, receding gums, root exposure, cavities, plaque, and other oral ailments. By providing dental care, the risks for oral unhygiene can be minimized.

What Are Dental Diseases in Pets?

According to a pet survey, approximately 70% of dogs and 60% of cats show the signs of periodontal disease at some phase of their lifetime. If not properly treated, the condition may deteriorate and cause gingivitis, which is actually the plaque build-up. In severe cases, this may lead to loss of a tooth or any other serious condition.

Some Signs of Dental Diseases
  • Bad breath
  • Yellow, brown, or loose teeth
  • Red inflamed gums
  • Pain while eating
  • Swollen mouth or gums
  • Pawing at mouth

Pet Teeth Cleanings & Treatment

At Humberwood Animal Hospital, we have a team of dental veterans in Toronto who knows that healthy teeth and gums are the keys to pet happiness. If your dog requires an in-hospital stay for teeth cleaning, he’ll be taken well care of by us. Our veterans provide a thorough examination, cleaning, and diagnosis, including dental radiography. By following the medical techniques, we aim to provide pet dental care in Toronto.

Why Choose Us?

  • We provide pet dentistry, oral surgery, and anesthesia.
  • We treat our little patients and pet owners with compassion & respect.
  • We strive to make the entire treatment pain and infection free.
  • We aim to maintain and preserve oral hygiene of your companions.
  • We educate pet owners about the dental disease and its prevention.
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