Primary Care


When advanced dental procedures are indicated, we use a combination of pain management techniques, such as narcotics, anti-inflammatories, and nerve blocks. We use the safest local and general anesthetics, and pay particular attention to your pet’s body temperature throughout the procedure.

Digital radiographs may be taken to identify hidden problems that may need advanced treatments, including: Extractions, both simple and surgical; oral surgery for tumors and fractures; instilling antibiotic slow-release gels around periodontal pockets to save teeth when possible, and synthetic bone matrix into large extractions sites to regenerate bone more quickly.

You will receive take-home documents that show the x-rays that were taken, before and after pictures, an explanation of the procedures performed, and an oral exam chart.