Your pet’s world revolves around its mouth

Good dental care and hygiene are essential for the overall health and comfort of your pet. Infected teeth and inflamed gums (gingivitis and periodontal disease) can be a chronic source of pain for both cats and dogs and can affect their ability to play and interact with you. By age three, most dogs and cats have some symptoms of dental disease, which left untreated can lead to tooth loss and more serious illness.

Walnut Creek Veterinary Clinic has a state-of-the-art ultrasonic cleaner, and offers polishing, tooth extractions, and a Digital Dental Radiography system that produces high-resolution diagnostic quality x-ray images. We also carry finger toothbrushes, regular toothbrushes, toothpaste, and dental chews to help you develop a good dental hygiene routine for your pet. Learn how to brush your pet’s teeth at home.

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Pet Dentistry in Papillon, NE - Walnut Creek Veterinary Clinic