Pet Dental Care
in Oakland Park

1009 E Commercial Blvd
Oakland Park, FL 33334
Mon – Sat: 10am to 7pm
Sun: Closed

Keeping up with dental care is an important part of being a good pet parent.

Dental health issues in your pet can be an indication of a more serious health issue. Once a year, your pet’s teeth and gums should be examined by a veterinarian to look for early signs of dental health problems. Pets should also have regular dental cleanings for the best oral health. We offer comprehensive pet dental care in Oakland Park and encourage you to contact us if your pet is due for an exam.

Oral Health Issues in Pets

It can be difficult to tell when our pets are suffering from dental problems. Because your pet cannot communicate directly with you, it may not be obvious that he or she is in pain. Your pet may exhibit more subtle signs of dental problems. Some of these signs include:

Swelling in or around the mouth

Abnormal chewing

Discolored teeth

Bad breath

Broken, loose, or missing teeth

Bleeding in the mouth

Increased irritability

Excess tartar

Extra teeth or baby teeth that remain

Unusual eating habits

Pain in the mouth

It is not uncommon for our pets to develop dental problems for the same reasons that humans do. While this list is not exhaustive, many oral health symptoms are caused by:

Infected teeth or gums

Broken teeth


Periodontal disease

Broken jaw

Misalignment of the teeth or bite

Palate defects

Always proceed with extreme caution when dealing with a pet’s mouth. Animals under stress may bite more frequently, so we encourage you to seek veterinary care for dental problems. We’ll make sure to perform a thorough examination to get your pet feeling like themself again.
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Schedule a Dental Care Appointment in Oakland Park

Dental examinations and treatments should only be performed by a qualified veterinarian. If you suspect your pet has oral health issues, please contact us as soon as possible to schedule an appointment for dental care in Oakland Park. The first step in determining the source of dental health issues is to consult with a veterinarian.
Oakland Animal Medical Center provides dental care for dogs and cats in Oakland Park, Wilton Manors, North Andrews Gardens, Sunrise, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill, Coconut Creek, North Lauderdale, Margate, Plantation, and Lighthouse Point.

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