Your Other Family Doctor

4440 California Ave SW. Seattle, WA 98116


Fax: 206-260-8761
Monday - Friday: 7:30am to 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 4:00pm
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Routine Dental Care

Routine Dental Care at Greentree Animal Hospital

Proper dental care for pets should detect and prevent dental disease before it can progress and cause pain and more serious health problems for your pet. Greentree Animal Hospital offers the professional dental care and advanced dental care your pet needs to have healthy teeth and gums throughout their lifetime. At Greentree Animal Hospital, regular dental examinations and dental cleanings are performed under general anesthesia for dogs and cats. We follow the dental guidelines of the AVMA, AAHA and AAFP.

Routine dental care at Greentree Animal Hospital includes:

  • A pre-anesthetic exam of your pet, which may include bloodwork.
  • Safe anesthesia and surgical monitoring of your pet during dental treatment.
  • A full examination of your pet’s mouth, gums and teeth while your pet is under anesthesia.
  • Dental digital x-rays, allowing us to visualize your pet’s teeth and bone structure and detect any underlying periodontal disease or abnormalities.
  • A complete dental exam with charting of pathology.
  • Hand and ultrasonic scaling to remove plaque and calculus from your pets teeth.
  • Polishing with a special paste to smooth out your pets tooth enamel.

Have your pet’s teeth checked by us if you observe any of the following problems in your pet:

  • bad breath
  • broken or loose teeth
  • extra teeth or retained baby teeth
  • teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar
  • abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping food from the mouth
  • reduced appetite or refusal to eat
  • pain in or around the mouth
  • bleeding from the mouth
  • swelling in the areas surrounding the mouth

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