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Veterinary Dentistry & Dental Surgery

At Admirals Walk Pet Hospital, our veterinarians provide a range of dental services to help restore and maintain your furry friend's oral health.

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Caring for Your Pet's Oral Health

Lack of attention to your dog or cat's oral health could result in painful dental issues, periodontal disease, and even a decline in their overall health and well-being.

Taking steps to safeguard the health of your dog or cat's teeth and gums, including at-home care, regular dental exams and cleaning at your veterinarian's office, can help reduce your furry friend's risk of developing oral health problems.

Dental Care, Greater Victoria Vet

Teeth Cleaning & Dental Examinations

Yearly dental checkups are an important aspect of caring for your dog or cat's overall health. Detecting oral health issues early can help prevent your furry friend from experiencing pain or discomfort due to issues such as tooth decay, broken teeth or periodontal disease.

At Admirals Walk Pet Hospital, our comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment plans include the following: 

Dental Surgery to Restore Good Oral Health

Our Greater Victoria veterinarians perform dental surgery to repair damage or treat oral health problems in pets. Tooth extractions, and treatment for periodontal disease are some common dental surgeries performed by our veterinary team.

We do all we can to make the process as stress-free as possible for pets and their families. Anesthesia will be administered to your dog or cat during their dental surgery to ensure they are comfortable and do not experience any discomfort.

Beforehand, we will explain each step of the process to you, including preparation and post-operative care requirements, so that you fully understand why we are recommending surgery and what to expect.

Signs of Dental Health Issues in Dogs & Cats

If your companion is displaying any of the following symptoms, it's time to book them 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
  • Dropping food from the mouth 
  • Discoloured teeth 
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FAQs About Pet Dental Care

To learn more about pet dental care read through our answers to these frequently asked questions from our clients.

New Patients Welcome

We have been serving Greater Victoria for over 25 years! We are as passionate today as we always have been and are pleased to welcome you to our brand new 4000 square foot full service facility.

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