Pet Dentistry

At The Stock Doc Veterinary Services, our dedicated team provides tailored pet dentistry services, from routine check-ups to specialized treatments, ensuring your pets’ oral well-being.

vet brushing teeth of cute dog

Promoting Overall Well-being

Pet dentistry goes beyond cosmetic appeal; it’s a cornerstone of your pet’s overall health. Dental issues can lead to pain, infections, and eating difficulties. Regular dental care is a preventive measure contributing to your pet’s longevity and general well-being.

Common Dental Problems in Pets

Similar to humans, pets can experience dental problems such as plaque buildup, gingivitis, and periodontal disease. These issues can be uncomfortable and impact your pet’s daily activities. Our pet dentistry services are designed to address these problems, ensuring your pets’ mouths stay healthy and pain-free.

Our Range of Pet Dentistry Services

Thorough Dental Examinations

Our experienced veterinarians conduct comprehensive dental examinations to evaluate your pet’s oral health. From assessing teeth and gums to identifying potential issues, our goal is early detection and effective treatment.

Professional Dental Cleanings

Routine dental cleanings are a fundamental aspect of preventive care. Our skilled technicians use advanced techniques to remove tartar and plaque, promoting optimal oral hygiene and ensuring your pet’s breath stays fresh.

Specialized Dental Treatments

We offer specialized dental treatments for pets with specific oral health needs and are the only hospital in Riverton to take dental radiographs. From extractions to dental surgery, our technicians are dedicated to handling various anesthesia equipment and dental issues with care and expertise.

When to Consider Pet Dentistry

  • Recognizing Dental Issues: While regular check-ups are vital, it’s equally important to be vigilant for signs of dental problems in your pets. Bad breath, difficulty eating, pawing at the mouth, and swollen gums are indicators that a dental examination may be necessary.
  • Age and Dental Health: Like humans, pets may need more dental attention as they age. Senior pets, in particular, may be susceptible to dental issues, making regular check-ups essential for their well-being.