Efficient Pet Dentists
The condition of your pet's teeth has a significant impact on their overall health and well-being. Be sure to get your pet's teeth checked regularly by the veterinarians at Fort Hunt Animal Hospital.
Conditions such as heart disease or liver problems are just a couple of problems that poor dental health can cause. Make sure your pet's teeth are checked by a vet at least once a year.
Dental cleaning for your pet involves the administering of anesthesia and teeth are ultrasonically scaled and polished just as yours are at your own 6 month dental checkup.
Call 703-360-6100 for more information.
Signs of Dental Issues in Your Pet
- Broken or loose teeth
- Teeth that are brown or covered in tartar
- Reduced appetite or refusal to eat
- Drooling, dropping food from the mouth, or whining while eating
- Swelling or bleeding around the mouth
- Extremely bad breath
Pet Dental Problems
- Periodontal disease
- Broken teeth and roots
- Infected gums
- Misaligned jaw or bite
- Oral tumors
Benefits for Our Pet Patients
- American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited
- Fear-free certified professionals - Dr. Barker & Alyssa, LVT
- Feline-friendly practice