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Dental disease is the most common, most diagnosed, most often-recognized health problem we see in our companion animals. Eighty-five percent of all dogs and cats three years of age and older have some degree of dental disease that requires treatment and/or preventative care.
Foothills Animal Hospital offers dental examinations, dental cleanings using the Pet Piezo scaling unit, charting of oral health, subgingival cleaning using hand instruments, polishing using a low speed polisher, local anaesthetics for pain control, digital dental radiology (xrays) and dental extractions.