Dental Work

Dog and cat dental care are crucial components of your pet’s overall wellness.

You may aid in preventing gum disease and mouth pain in your pet by bringing them to a canine or feline dentist.

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Dog teeth cleaning, cat teeth cleaning, extractions, and a wide range of other dental work are all available from Paws in the City..

Our dental veterinarians are more than delighted to discuss the procedures with you because we are aware that cleaning the teeth in dogs and cats may be a sensitive and unfamiliar process. Contact us!

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Dog teeth cleaning, cat teeth cleaning, extractions, and a wide range of other dental work are all available from Paws in the City.

Our dental veterinarians are more than delighted to discuss the procedures with you because we are aware that cleaning the teeth in dogs and cats may be a sensitive and unfamiliar process. Contact us!

BOOK NOW
Dentistry Ealing - Paws in the City Dog Smile

Dog teeth cleaning, cat teeth cleaning, extractions, and a wide range of other dental work are all available from Paws in the City.

Our dental veterinarians are more than delighted to discuss the procedures with you because we are aware that cleaning the teeth in dogs and cats may be a sensitive and unfamiliar process. Contact us!

BOOK NOW

FAQs

The inflammation and infection of the tissues supporting the teeth is known as periodontal disease. Plaque contains bacteria that can enter your pet's bloodstream, where it can spread to the heart, liver, and kidneys and seriously harm the organs.

One of the most prevalent medical issues that veterinarians typically encounter is dental disease.

More than 80% of dogs older than three years are thought to have active dental disease.
You can read more about dental disease in dogs by PDSA at https://www.pdsa.org.uk/pet-help-and-advice/pet-health-hub/conditions/tooth-and-gum-disease-in-dogs

Brushing your dog's teeth every day using toothpaste designed specifically for dogs is one approach to stop plaque and tartar from forming on their teeth.

Giving your dog snacks and chew toys that have been specifically created for oral health for dogs can also help prevent plaque build-up, and certain pet meals have even been created with dental care in mind.

Your pet will have a complete dental examination at a normal dental cleaning session. To get rid of any plaque and tartar buildup, your veterinary dentist will then perform a dental scale and polish. Your dental veterinarian will then suggest the necessary course of action.

For instance, further treatment or tooth extraction may be needed if the tartar buildup is extensive.

Veterinary Services in Greenford, West London

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Dental Work

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Monday – 9.00am – 7.00pm
Tuesday – 9.00am – 7.00pm
Wednesday – 9.00am – 7.00pm
Thursday – 9.00am – 7.00pm
Friday – 9.00am – 7.00pm
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed
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