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Pet Dental Care

Importance of Pet Dental Care in Knoxville TN

February is National Pet Dental month! Did you know that 85% of all pets have periodontal disease by the time they’re just three years old? You can prevent your pet from suffering from this problem by getting him or her regular dental care from a qualified veterinarian. In fact, there are many things that you can do to help your pet maintain good oral hygiene.

Take Your Pet to the Vet for Knoxville Pet Dental Care

At Bluegrass Animal Hospital, we’re your pet’s source for Knoxville pet dental care! We provide the following services to our pet patients:

  • Pet dental examinations. We’ll examine your pet’s teeth for plaque buildup, periodontal disease, cavities and other problems.
  • Pet teeth cleaning. We offer pet teeth cleaning services to remove plaque and help your pet get polished, clean teeth.
  • Tooth extractions. If your pet’s tooth is infected, we offer tooth extractions to lessen your pet’s pain and eliminate the infection.
  • Cavity fillings. We offer cavity fillings to pets who develop cavities.

What You Can Do For Your Pet

In addition to taking your pet to the vet in Knoxville for regular dental cleanings, you can also brush your pet’s teeth and give your pet chew toys that are designed to clean his or her tooth enamel.

If you’re not sure how to clean your pet’s teeth, pay a visit to the pet dentist. At Bluegrass Animal Hospital, our veterinarians can teach pet owners how to brush their pet’s teeth using pet-safe tooth paste and a tooth brush that fits inside the pet’s mouth. You can ask these questions when you bring your pet in for a pet teeth cleaning.

Contact Your Pet’s Veterinarian in Knoxville TN

As your pet’s Knoxville veterinarian, we help our pet patients maintain healthy teeth and gums. We offer pet teeth cleaning services, dental examinations and a variety of other pet dental services to help your pet avoid periodontal disease, cavities and other painful dental problems. To make an appointment with your pet’s Knoxville vet, contact us today at 865-694-8387.

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