Clean teeth are crucial to your pet’s health!
Invest in your pet’s health with regular teeth exams and cleanings. You can fight disease and protect your pet from painful infections by bringing your pets Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic of Luling for regular dental cleanings!
Bad breath or periodontitis?
Periodontitis won’t just give your pet bad breath, it can stop your pet’s heart! Periodontitis leads to bacterial infections and organ disease.
Avoid periodontitis for your pet in three steps:
- Regular home brushing
- Professional teeth cleanings
- Healthy food choices
Have your pet’s teeth cleaned and their dental health assessed by one of the veterinarians at Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic at Luling! Our dental services include:
- Dental exams. Stop problems before they’re out of control with a dental exam to look for pain, disease, or broken teeth.
- Dental cleanings. Have your pet’s teeth painlessly cleaned under anesthesia with top-of-the-line tools for ultrasonic cleaning and scaling.
- Tooth extractions. Broken or infected teeth need to go before complications arise. At Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic of Luling, we work hard to painlessly remove your pet’s problem teeth.
- Periodontitis treatment. Periodontitis is serious. If periodontitis is detected early enough our veterinarians can start the reversal process with treatments and home care regimen.
Make an appointment for your pet’s dental exam today by calling 830-875-2456.
What can you expect when your pet has a dental cleaning at Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic at Lockhart?
- IV medications. To keep your pet free of pain and anxiety IV medications and hydration fluids are administered throughout your pet’s medical procedure.
- Anesthesia. Your pet’s anesthetic will be carefully monitored throughout their dental cleaning at Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic of Luling. A combination of inhaled and IV sedation will keep your pet relaxed and pain-free during his or her procedure.
- Examination. Your pet’s teeth are thoroughly examined for painful infections, and damaged or broken teeth.
- Scaling. An ultrasonic cleaner is used to remove dangerous plaque from your pet’s teeth.
- Polishing. A low-speed polisher is used to buff your pet’s teeth and remove bacterial adhesions.
Have questions about your pet’s dental treatment? Give us a call at 830-875-2456 today!
Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic is well equipped to care for your equine’s medical needs and offers on-site equine dentistry, too. We are also available for farm calls and will visit your horse’s location for the convenience of our patients and clients.
Dentistry is an important part of equine health care because a horse’s teeth will actually grow nonstop for up to 25 years. Horses also rarely have the ability to self-grind their own teeth, which means the majority of horses need a consistent floating schedule. Equine teeth should be examined every year to detect and correct any long or sharp teeth. Our veterinarians recommend annual dental exams once your horse reaches 2 years of age. These exams decrease the risk of colic and increase a horse’s ability to chew properly, which makes digestion easier and ensures your horse gets all the nutrients he or she needs to stay healthy.
Dental Information Resources
If you want more information about animal dental health and equine dentistry, visit Virbac Animal Health or call the veterinarians at Chisholm Trail Veterinary clinic at 830-875-2456.