Pet Dentistry

At Imperial Animal Hospital, we’re serious about dental care because it’s a key factor in your dog or cat’s long-term health. Periodontal disease is when the tissues that support your pet’s teeth become inflamed, and by 2 years old, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats acquire some form of this condition.

Since most inflammation occurs below the gum surface, routine cleanings are critical.

We never want any pet to be suffering silently through dental pain! Also, chronic bacteria in the mouth can enter the bloodstream and travel to your pet’s organs, resulting in heart, liver, and kidney dysfunction down the road.

We gently remove the tartar from your pet’s teeth
and take digital dental x-rays so nothing goes undetected.

All patients receive anesthesia during their dental procedures, so they remain comfortable and can receive thorough treatment. Safety is our top priority at every stage of our dental cleanings. We run pre-anesthetic bloodwork to ensure your pet doesn’t have any heightened risk, and we also have a care team member who is solely dedicated to monitoring your pet’s vitals throughout the cleaning.