Vet Dental Care Plans
At Germantown Vet, we’re all about making your pet’s health care affordable—and now that extends to their dental health, too! Now, for just $20 a month, you can take control or your dog or cat’s oral health. Check out the Dental Care Package below!
Schedule your pet’s dental care visit today by clicking the button in the sidebar or giving us a call at 240-252-7467.
Dental Care Package – Dogs & Cats
Dental Care Package – $20/Month
- Complete professional cleaning
- Complete oral exam and evaluation
- Full-mouth digital dental x-ray
- Pre-operative lab work
- Evaluation of blood count and organ function
- IV catheter with IV fluids
Does not include:
- Pain medications
These services retail individually at $474.00*
*Prices are subject to change without notice.
Our Veterinary Dental Services
At Germantown Vet, it’s our goal to improve the overall health of your pet—and that includes his or her oral health! That’s why our highly trained veterinarians offer both regular teeth cleanings as well as dental x-rays.
Veterinary Dental X-Rays
We were one of the first hospitals in the Maryland area to offer digital dental x-rays for pets. Without dental x-rays, it is impossible to properly evaluate your pet’s dental health. Just like in people, many pet dental problems are below the gum line and can only be detected with x-rays. Without x-ray technology, many painful dental conditions are missed, leaving your dog or cat’s teeth, gums, and dental health at risk. Our veterinarians are able to accurately diagnose these problems and treat them appropriately.
Why are dental x-rays so important for your pet? Untreated dental disease is not only painful for your pet, but can lead to many other problems such as liver, kidney, and heart infections.
Veterinary Dental Cleanings
The most important veterinary dentistry service we provide is annual teeth cleanings. Routine dental cleanings are vital for the overall health and well-being of our pets. In fact, 80 percent of cats and dogs three years and older have periodontal disease and require professional dental cleaning to keep their mouths healthy and smelling fresh. “Doggie breath” is not normal and chances are if you’re noticing it, your pet is in need of dental care.
Read our blog post about the importance of dental care for your dog to learn more about your canine’s oral health!
Learn More About Our Dental Wellness Plans
To learn more about our vet dental wellness plans or start your enrollment, contact us today or call 240-252-7467.