Proper dental hygiene is essential for the overall health and comfort of your best friend—gingivitis and periodontal disease are caused by infected teeth and inflamed gums, which can be a chronic source of pain. By age three, most cats and dogs will have some symptoms of dental disease, which can lead to tooth loss and more serious illnesses if left untreated.

At Lifetime Pet Wellness Center, we have a digital dental radiography system that produces high-resolution, diagnostic quality X-ray images to help us identify your pet’s oral needs. We also offer polishing and tooth extractions, and we are always here to help counsel you on good dental hygiene routines for your pet. Remember, dental care is just as important for you as it is for your pet, and because of this, we carry:

  • Finger toothbrushes
  • Regular toothbrushes
  • Dental chews
  • Pet toothpaste

For more information on pet dental health or to make an appointment, contact us online or call us at 614-452-5519 today.