Pet Dental Appointments

Dog and cat teeth cleanings are done under general anesthesia to fully examine the entire mouth and to allow a thorough cleaning and evaluation of the teeth. We offer affordable dental cleanings and, if necessary, tooth extractions to maintain the oral health of your pet.

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Pet Dental Appointments

Dog and cat teeth cleanings are done under general anesthesia to fully examine the entire mouth and to allow a thorough cleaning and evaluation of the teeth.  We offer affordable dental cleanings and if necessary, tooth extractions to maintain the oral health of your pet. 

Dental cleaning level 1 $370:  Best for young pets 1-3 years old with minimal tartar, or pets that have been getting their teeth cleaned yearly and need a routine cleaning.  Includes general anesthesia, pre anesthetic bloodwork, anesthesia monitoring, IV catheter, complete oral exam, and teeth cleaning. 

Dental cleaning level 2 $520:  If you know your pet needs extractions, this includes retained baby teeth, or your pet is older than 3 and this is their first teeth cleaning, then level 2 would be best suited for your pet.    Includes dental cleaning level 1 plus up to 2 teeth extractions (if needed), full mouth dental radiographs, and pain medications to go home. 

Dental cleaning level 3 $720:  If your pet has significant tartar buildup and gingivitis or your pet is older than 5 and this is their first dental cleaning, then level 3 would be best suited for your pet.  Includes dental cleaning level 1 plus up to 6 teeth extractions (if needed) full mouth radiographs, and pain medications to go home. 

Unsure which dental level to choose?  Just give us a call!  We can help you decide.  When in doubt, you can choose a higher level and if we determine that your pet does not need as many extractions as you thought, we can decrease to a lower level the day of the appointment.   

*If your pet is found on physical examination or bloodwork to have any health abnormalities that would classify them as high risk for anesthesia, they will not be eligible for surgery/dental cleaning.  These abnormalities include but are not limited to over or under weight, heart murmur/heart disease, underlying kidney or liver disease, etc. 

*If you pet is found upon physical examination to have a potentially contagious infection, for the safety of all patients in the hospital, your surgical procedure will be rescheduled until the infection has been treated.  This includes but is not limited to skin infections, upper respiratory infection etc.