Many pet owners forget the fact that dental health is one of the most important aspects of pet health. Poor oral health in your pet will lead to more than just bad breath. It can lead to infection and chronic pain, as well as long-term consequences like heart, liver and kidney disease.
At VetMed in Sydney, we believe in the importance of pet oral health. Our veterinary dentistry encompasses more than just an annual check-up. In fact, we can offer your pet a full range of advanced dentistry services and even dental surgery for pets.
Pet Dental Services We Offer
VetMed has veterinary dentists who are devoted to the dental health of animals and have the expertise needed to perform the most complex advanced dentistry and dental surgery in the safest manner. We create customised treatment plans for each pet, including pain management protocol, to ensure the best outcome possible.
Some of the pet dental services that we offer at VetMed in Sydney include:
- Dental Prophylaxis
- Oral surgery
- Root canal therapy
- Periodontics—treatment of gum disease
- Crown restoration
- Emergency oral trauma treatment
- Tooth extractions
Dental Surgery Sydney
VetMed can perform many different surgical dental procedures for your pet. We have the experience and the advanced technology needed to perform advanced dental techniques and address difficult issues such as:
- Oral tumor removal
- Jaw fracture management
- Palate defects
- Oronasal fistulae
We also offer dental radiography as a form of diagnostic testing. Dental radiographs can reveal oral diseases and assess dental problems that are unseen to the naked eye, such as:
- Root abscess
- Root fracture
- Dental anomalies
- Bone lysis, associated with oral tumors
- Jaw fractures
We use dental x-rays, as well as routine blood tests to properly diagnose the oral problems of your pet and provide a personalised treatment plan.
Bring your cat or dog into VetMed at one of our three Sydney locations. We are available for preventative & health consultations in Randwick, Northbridge, Forest and Lindfield. Contact us today or make an appointment online.
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