If you’re seeking advanced veterinary dental services, pet dentistry at DCC is best for your pet. Our veterinarians are providing state-of-the-art veterinary dental care facilities in New Delhi & Gurgaon while keeping the safety and comfort of our pet at the forefront.
We hold ourselves up to the higher standard with our services to our patients and to our clients. Seeing a happy pet makes us happy and keeping them healthy is our #1 priority. At DCC Animal Hospital, we strive to deliver excellent dental care for your pets because they deserve nothing less.
Veterinary dentistry includes the cleaning, adjustment, filing, extraction or repair of your pet’s teeth and all other aspects of oral health care.
The process begins with an oral exam of your pet’s mouth by our in-house expert veterinarians. The Radiographs (x-rays) evaluates the condition of your pet’s jaw and tooth roots below their gum line. Because most dental disease occurs below the gum line, where you can’t see it, a thorough dental cleaning and evaluation are performed under anesthesia. Dental cleaning includes scaling (to remove dental plaque and tartar) and polishing which is similar to the process used on our teeth during your regular dental cleanings.
Your pet’s teeth should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet’s teeth healthy.
Get your pet’s teeth checked sooner if you observe any of the following problems:
When you take your dog or cat to the veterinarian, the doctor will sedate them so that the process of cleaning is smooth and efficient.
There are special bones that can keep their teeth clean and also helps in keeping their breath fresh. These bones are harmless and can help to keep their teeth clean and shining. Please keep in mind that they are not a replacement to their yearly dental checkup.
A pet dentist can do the cleaning, adjustment, filing, extraction, repair all other problems of oral health care. Do not perform these procedures at home, please go to a professional veterinarian.
Few symptoms that show your pet has a dental problem are ad breath, broken teeth, loose teeth, discolored teeth, teeth filled with tartar, abnormal chewing, excessive drooling, pain, bleeding and swelling in the areas surrounding their mouth.
Our pets need dental care because they might contract some bacterial infection which can significantly affect their teeth and gums. This bacteria can invade their body and cause more harm than you can imagine.
Veterinarians can detect a plaque on the teeth or inflamed gums. Dog's gingivitis and plaque can worsen with time. The dog will eventually develop cavities in the teeth, gingival recession, bacterial contamination, loose teeth and root exposure.
The main difference between human and pet dentistry is your pet can never get cavity. Cavities are caused by bacteria build up that feeds on carbohydrates that you consume that causes decay. Pets do not consume high sugar and therefore they do not develop any cavity.
You should take your pet to a veterinarian to examine their teeth and gums once a year. During their examination your pet's teeth should be cleaned. When your dog has excessive drool then you should taken him to the dentist.