How do I schedule a dental appointment for my pet?
To schedule a dental appointment for your pet, visit our contact us page, or call us today!
Should I brush my pet’s teeth?
Yes. Brushing your pet’s teeth helps remove plaque, which causes tooth decay.
How often should I have my pets teeth cleaned?
We generally recommend that at a minimum, your pet have an annual dental cleaning.
Does my pet need a dental specialist?
We can perform many animal dentistry services in house that ordinary veterinary hospitals cannot, so you may be able to avoid the added expense of taking your pet to an animal dentistry specialist.
What should I do if my pet has a broken tooth?
Broken teeth are common among pets. Several species of animals are notorious for chewing on objects, which can ultimately lead to broken teeth.
What should I do to protect my pet’s dental health?
Maintaining proper dental health for your pet is an important component of being a pet owner. Regular teeth brushing and the benefits are two fold
Will my pet be in pain after the procedure(s)?
Germantown Veterinary Clinic uses anesthesia to minimize or remove all discomfort for your pet during dental procedures.
Are you trained to perform pet dentistry?
How do you clean my pet’s teeth?
Since most animals will not sit still for the length of time or discomfort required for pet dentistry services, anesthesia is required.