Pet Dental Care
in Sarasota

131 N. Cattlemen Rd
Sarasota, FL 34243
Mon – Sat: 10am to 7pm
Sun: 10am to 6pm

It's crucial to maintain good dental hygiene in our pets.

Dental issues can not only cause health complications, but could also indicate that there may be something else wrong with your pet. A veterinarian should examine your pet’s teeth and gums once a year to look for any early indications of a problem. Veterinary dentistry may include examinations, x-rays, cleaning, and extraction. For their best oral health, pets should receive professional dental services regularly. We provide comprehensive pet dental care in Sarasota and encourage you to reach out to us if your pet is due for dental services.

Oral Health Issues in Pets

Pets can’t tell us when they have a toothache. Your pet may show signs of a dental problem in other, more subtle ways. Some of these signs include:

Bad breath

Discolored teeth

Abnormal chewing

Swelling in or around the mouth

Broken, loose, or missing teeth

Excess tartar

Pain in the mouth

Increased irritability

Extra teeth or retained baby teeth

Unusual eating habits

Bleeding in the mouth

Pets can experience a range of oral health complications with many different causes. Though this isn’t every oral health issue your pet could experience, most commonly we see pets with these oral health problems:

Broken teeth

Infected teeth or gums

Palate defects

Broken jaw

Periodontal disease


Misalignment of the teeth or bite

Always be very careful when dealing with a pet’s mouth. Stressed animals may be more prone to biting. For your safety, let us perform a thorough examination for you to get your pet back to feeling like themself.

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Schedule a Dental Care Appointment in Sarasota

Only a veterinarian should perform dental examinations and treatment. Contact us right away to make an appointment for pet dental care in Sarasota if you think your pet may be experiencing oral health issues or if it’s been a while since their last checkup and cleaning. Making an appointment with a veterinarian is the first step in determining the cause of dental health concerns.

Sarasota Town Center Animal Hospital provides dental care for dogs and cats in Sarasota, Fruitville, Sarasota Springs, Bayshore Gardens, Gulf Gate Estates, and South Bradenton.

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