We care about your pet teeth!

We understand that maintaining good oral health for your furry friend can be quite stressful sometimes. Whether your pet needs to have their teeth cleaned or have a serious oral problem requiring specialist care, you want them to be happy and healthy.

At MyOwnVet, your beloved pets are always in good hands, no matter the dental problem they have. Our dedicated team of veterinary professionals offer both basic and advanced dental care so that your pet will always have a clean and healthy mouth.

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The dangers of dental disease

Just like humans, pets’ teeth need to be looked after, too but unlike us, they can’t tell anyone when something is wrong. Therefore, we all need to know that the health of their teeth and gums has a significant impact on their overall quality of life.

Dental disease, also known as periodontal disease, is inflammation of the teeth and gums caused by a build-up of plaque. This is made up of food particles, saliva, and bacteria and gradually sticks to the tooth surface. Ultimately, if not removed, plaque will calcify into tartar.

Nowadays, around 80% of cats and dogs over the age of three are suffering from some form of dental disease. Without proper preventive or therapeutic care, plaque can lead to periodontal disease, affecting the tissues and structures supporting the teeth. It can also cause oral pain, tooth loss and even heart or kidney problems.

The most common signs of dental disease are:

  • bad breath
  • yellow-brown tartar around the gumline
  • inflamed, red or bleeding gums
  • excessive drooling
  • broken teeth
  • facial swelling
  • change in eating or chewing habits (especially in cats) and reluctance to eat harder foods
  • evidence of pus near the gums

Dental care – your pet’s health comes first

At MyOwnVet, we understand how important dental care is. Therefore, we offer comprehensive dental services for your dog or cat, from preventive checks to dental extractions and oral surgery.

During our wellness visits, our veterinary professionals provide careful oral examinations for your pets. For older pets, we check for any serious threats such as periodontal disease, oral tumours or excessive tartar build-up. For kitten and puppies, we look for any sign of anomaly in the development of deciduous teeth (baby teeth).

Our friendly vets and nurses are always happy to offer personalized advice and share best practices with our valuable clients. This way, you will keep your pet’s teeth clean and healthy for many years to come.

Let’s redefine surgery!

MyOwnVet understands how surgery can be a source of anxiety and stress for many pet owners. Maybe you worry about making the right decision, about the surgery process, about anaesthesia or about the way your pet will recover. Whatever your concern is, let us help, be it a minor or a complex procedure. Based on our many years of experience in the field, we’ll endeavour to help you choose the best option for your pet.