Let Your Pet's Smile Shine with Dental Services From Mosaic

Let Your Pet's Smile Shine with Dental Services From Mosaic

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Schedule an Appointment

Complete the form below to schedule an appointment for your pet.

Why is Dental Care Important?

Just like humans, our pets are susceptible to dental issues like gum disease, tartar build up, and tooth decay. By practicing regular dental care for your pets, you can prevent these problems from occurring or worsening. Good pet dental health can also mean an improvement in your pet’s overall health, a reduced risk of tooth loss, fresher breath, and a longer lifespan for your furry friend!

Signs of Dental Issues

Recognizing signs of dental disease, rather than dental issues. The following can all be indicators your pet has dental problems:

  • Bad Breath
  • Inflamed Gums
  • Visible Tartar Build Up
  • Loose or Missing Teeth
  • Drooling or Excessive Salivation
  • Swelling in Mouth
  • Swelling Below Eye
  • Pawing at Mouth
  • Difficulty Eating or Loss of Appetite
  • Pain Vocalization or Whimpering

Signs of Dental Issues

Recognizing signs of dental disease, rather than dental issues. The following can all be indicators your pet has dental problems:

  • Bad Breath
  • Inflamed Gums
  • Visible Tartar Build Up
  • Loose or Missing Teeth
  • Drooling or Excessive Salivation
  • Swelling in Mouth
  • Swelling Below Eye
  • Pawing at Mouth
  • Difficulty Eating or Loss of Appetite
  • Pain Vocalization or Whimpering

Dental Services at Mosaic Animal Health Center

An oral exam at Mosaic includes a check of your pet’s teeth and gums. We’ll look for signs of dental problems or abnormalities and use our findings to create a personalized dental plan for your pet’s needs.

Depending on the results of the oral exam, we may recommend a dental cleaning with hand and ultrasonic scaling, ultrasonic polishing and fluoride application to remove plaque and tartar, and dental x-rays to check for disease under the gum line.

Dental Services at Mosaic Animal Health Center

An oral exam at Mosaic includes a check of your pet’s teeth and gums. We’ll look for signs of dental problems or abnormalities and use our findings to create a personalized dental plan for your pet’s needs.

Depending on the results of the oral exam, we may recommend a dental cleaning with hand and ultrasonic scaling, ultrasonic polishing and fluoride application to remove plaque and tartar, and dental x-rays to check for disease under the gum line.

Preventative Dental Care

To keep our pet’s mouths healthy between exam visits, we recommend a variety of at-home remedies.

Daily Tooth Brushing

Use a toothbrush for gentle brushing of the outside of the teeth. Start slowly and increase duration and frequency as your pet becomes more comfortable.

A Balanced Diet

Specially formulated pet food and treats keep our pets’ mouths clean and healthy.

Supplements

There are a number of enzymatic or probiotic supplements available which can help support oral health.

Dental Chews and Toys

Oral care chews and toys, are designed to mechanically remove plaque and tartar from your pet’s teeth.

Oral Rinses or Sprays

These products reduce bacteria in your pet’s mouth while promoting teeth and gum health and reducing bad breath.

*Please check with our team before starting any supplements or beginning any remedies.

Daily Tooth Brushing

Use a toothbrush for gentle brushing of the outside of the teeth. Start slowly and increase duration and frequency as your pet becomes more comfortable.

Dental Chews and Toys

Oral care chews and toys, are designed to mechanically remove plaque and tartar from your pet’s teeth.

A Balanced Diet

Specially formulated pet food and treats keep our pets’ mouths clean and healthy.

Oral Rinses or Sprays

These products reduce bacteria in your pet’s mouth while promoting teeth and gum health and reducing bad breath.

Supplements

There are a number of enzymatic or probiotic supplements available which can help support oral health.

*Please check with our team before starting any supplements or beginning any remedies.

Daily Tooth Brushing

Use a toothbrush for gentle brushing of the outside of the teeth. Start slowly and increase duration and frequency as your pet becomes more comfortable.

A Balanced Diet

Specially formulated pet food and treats keep our pets' mouths clean and healthy.

Supplements

There are a number of enzymatic or probiotic supplements available which can help support oral health.

Dental Chews and Toys

Oral care chews and toys, are designed to mechanically remove plaque and tartar from your pet's teeth.

Oral Rinses or Sprays

These products reduce bacteria in your pet's mouth while promoting teeth and gum health and reducing bad breath.

*Please check with our team before starting any supplements or beginning any remedies.

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Scheduling your own dental appointment? Don’t forget to make one for your pet too. 

Regular dental appointments keep your pet’s teeth and gums healthy. By taking care of their teeth now, they can avoid more serious health problems later in life.

During a typical dental care exam, we look for signs of dental problems or abnormalities and use our findings to create a personalized dental plan for your pet’s needs. We might also recommend a professional dental cleaning under anesthesia to remove plaque and take dental X-rays to investigate further under the gumline.

After the cleaning, we’ll give you extra tips to care for your pet’s oral hygiene. This may include brushing your pet’s teeth daily or providing appropriate dental chews, supplements, treats, or water additives. This combination of regular at-home care and professional veterinary dental cleaning will go a long way in keeping your pet’s teeth bright and healthy.

If you're experiencing an emergency outside our normal business hours, please contact:

Garden State Veterinary Specialists
Red Bank Veterinary Hospital

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