Pet Dental Care in La Porte is More than Dog & Cat Teeth Cleaning

Your pet’s teeth are for so much more than grinning. They're important for eating, scratching, and playing, too! Likewise, dental health affects more than your pet's mouth. When your cat or dog has dental disease, it affects their relationship with you and it can even cause further health problems. At Bay-Porte Animal Hospital, we offer the cats and dogs of La Porte exceptional pet dental care that includes oral assessments, teeth cleaning, and polishing for longer-lasting benefits.

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Dog and Cat Teeth Cleaning in La Porte, TX
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Sealant the Deal with Dog & Cat Teeth Cleaning

Our dental services are meant to give your pet comprehensive care so they can enjoy as much time as possible between dental appointments. Every teeth cleaning requires general anesthesia, but we use extensive safety protocols (the same we use for surgeries) to ensure your dog and cat’s health and well-being.

Our dental care services include:

  • Complete oral examination to check for signs of disease
  • Digital dental X-rays to assess the health of roots below the gum line
  • Ultrasonic scaling to remove built-up plaque and tartar
  • Polishing of each tooth to prevent future plaque buildup
  • Sealants to further protect and strengthen the teeth
  • Extractions of diseased or broken teeth, with proper pain medication administered

The Root of Pet Dental Care

Professional pet teeth cleaning is an essential part of your pet’s overall health. Yet our services don’t stop there. At the root of it all is your education as a pet parent. The more you understand about the importance of dental care, the better you can care for your dog and cat. We strive to share our knowledge with you, give you tips for teeth brushing or using other dental home care products, and recommend professional teeth cleanings when your pet is due. Well-informed pet parents are better pet parents, so call us today at (281) 471-6834 to learn more about dental care!