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Pet Dentist for Cats and Dogs in Exeter, CA

The vets at Pacific Crest Companion Animal provide preventive and restorative pet dental health care and surgery for cats and dogs.

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Comprehensive Dental Care for Cats & Dogs in Exeter, CA

Routine dental care is a critical component of cats' and dogs' oral and overall health, but most pets don't get the oral hygiene care they need to keep their teeth and gums healthy. 

At our Exeter veterinary hospital, we provide complete dental care for your pet, from basics such as dental exams, teeth cleanings and polishing, to dental x-rays and surgeries.

We also make a point of providing dental health education to pet owners about home dental care for their pets. 

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Anesthesia & Your Pet's Oral Health

Similar to the anesthesia provided to patients by dentists, our Exeter vets provide anesthesia to all of our patients before performing dental procedures.

Because cats and dogs do not understand what is going on, they will often react by struggling or biting. The use of anesthesia puts less stress on your pets and allows us to access their mouth so they can get the dental care they need. 

Pet Teeth Cleaning & Exams

Much like your annual checkup at the dentist, your dog or cat should come in for a dental examination at least once a year. Pets who are more prone to dental problems than others may need to see us more often. 

Pacific Crest Companion Animal can assess, diagnose and treat dental health problems in cats and dogs. 

Dental Surgery for Dogs & Cats

At Pacific Crest Companion Animal, we offer jaw fracture repair surgeries, tooth extractions, and gum disease treatment for dogs and cats.

We understand that finding out that your pet needs dental surgery can be overwhelming. We strive to make this process as stress-free as possible, for you and for your pet. 

We'll do everything we can to ensure your pet's experience with us is comfortable and easy. We'll break down each step of the process to you in detail before the procedure, including preparation and post-operative care requirements. 

Symptoms of Pet Dental Issues

If you notice any of the following symptoms in your pet, it's time for a dental checkup.

  • Tartar buildup
  • Loose and/or broken teeth
  • Extra teeth or retained baby teeth
  • Bleeding from the mouth
  • Bad breath 
  • Pain or swelling in or around the mouth
  • Reduced appetite or refusal to eat
  • Abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping food
  • Discolored teeth 
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FAQs About Pet Dental Care

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions from our clients about pet dental care.

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New Patients Welcome

Pacific Crest Companion Animal is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of Exeter companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.

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