As with most things in life, when it comes to dental disease, prevention is definitely better than cure. Regular and frequent attention to your pet's teeth may avoid the need for a professional dental clean under anaesthetic, and will also improve your pet's overall health.
We are now excited to be able to offer dental restorations (or “fillings”) for your pet! When a tooth is damaged (e.g. broken or chipped) or has a hole in it, it can cause sensitivity and pain, and can also weaken the tooth making it prone to infection. Now instead of extracting these teeth – particularly important for big teeth like the canine and the carnassial teeth – we can repair them, similar to what we do in humans!