Dental

  • Dental Services

While brushing and dental treats are a great way to supplement your pet’s dental hygiene regimen, routine cleaning is a necessary preventive step in maintaining your pet’s overall health. Oral disease can lead to pain, bad breath and tooth loss. Chronic infections can spread to major organs and can lead to heart diseases or kidney disease. Professional dental cleaning can help extend a pets life for many years. By removing tarter and abscessed teeth we can bring comfort to your loved ones.

Many pet owners do not realize that oral disease is the number one health problem diagnosed in their pets. When your dog or cat’s mouth hurts, their quality of life will suffer. Oral disease, also known as periodontitis, is a big deal; it is not just stinky breath and it affects more than just your dog or cat’s teeth. The plaque that accumulates on your pet’s teeth is made up of bacteria that thrive off of the food that your pet eats every day. Without routine brushing, the bacteria continue to grow and turn into plaque and then tarter, the hardened, yellow covering on your pet’s teeth.

As plaque continues to build up, it starts to accumulate under your pet’s gums, causing irritation and bleeding, allowing for bacteria to have an easy ride to your pet’s heart and other vital organs. Periodontitis is a potentially irreversible infection that if left untreated, can result in the destruction of gum and bone and other tissues around your dog or cat’s teeth. In the most severe cases, periodontitis can ultimately lead to loss of teeth, fracture of the jawbones, and heart and/or liver disease. Maintaining healthy teeth is critical to keeping your dog or cat healthy and happy. Visit the Veterinary Oral Health Council website to find approved products that will help manage your pet’s oral health.

Learn more about our dental services by expanding the sections below:

  • Includes: Pre-dental exam, dental x-rays, dental scaling, dental polishing, IV catheter, IV Fluids, pre-medications, anesthetic induction, anesthetic monitoring
  • Does not include extractions, medications
  • Includes: Pre-dental exam, dental x-rays, dental scaling, dental polishing, IV catheter, IV Fluids, pre-medications, anesthetic induction, anesthetic monitoring
  • Does not include extractions, medications
Extraction (Single Root) 
Extraction (Double Root) 
Extraction (Triple Root) 
Extraction (Canine) 
Pain Medication 
Antibiotics 
Blood Work 

Don’t wait until a small dental problem develops into something much more serious. If you are seeing plaque and calculus, it is time for a professional cleaning. Both of The Pet Mechanic’s locations feature state of the art dental suites.

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When it comes to the dental health of our pets, routine examination and cleaning by a veterinarian is essential. Poor dental care effects more than your pet’s mouth.  Contact us today to schedule dental services. 

Hours:⁠

M: 9am – 7pm 
T: 9am – 5pm 
W: 9am – 7pm 
T: 9am – 7pm 
F: 9am – 7pm 
S: 9am – 3pm 
Closed on Sunday 

The Pet Mechanic

If your pet is in need of a "tune-up,"
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FISHTOWN: 267-519-0387
SOUTH ST:  267-930-8732
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