Windrush Veterinary Services

Pet Dentistry

A tooth can be compared to an iceberg – there is more tooth structure below the gum line than what is visible above it. Having a complete oral health assessment is essential to keeping your pets happy and healthy.

The oral health of a pet plays a crucial role in their overall health. More than just an aesthetic issue, unpleasant breath might indicate the existence of harmful bacteria in your pet’s mouth. At Windrush Veterinary Services, we understand the importance of preventing dental issues that may impact your pet’s internal organs and immune system. Our dedicated team is committed to offering a personalized dental care program to keep your pet’s smile healthy and vibrant.

A Healthy Smile Makes a Healthy Pet!

Bad breath is often an indication of bacterial activity in your pet’s mouth. If left unaddressed, these bacteria can enter the bloodstream, potentially causing damage to internal organs and compromising the immune system. Due to genetic factors or crowded teeth, pets may be more susceptible to serious dental concerns. It is crucial to address these issues promptly to safeguard your pet’s overall health.

a dog holding a toothbrush in its mouth

Our Tailored Dental Care Program


As part of our annual wellness care program, we conduct thorough dental examinations for your pet. This enables us to evaluate the current state of their oral health and provide personalized guidance on maintaining a healthy mouth.


In cases where signs of dental disease are present, we may recommend dental care under general anesthesia. Having a Comprehensive Oral Health Assessment and Treatment (COHAT) is often necessary to effectively halt the progression of dental issues before they progress. General anesthesia ensures that the pet remains still, cooperative and stress-free during the procedure, allowing the veterinary team to thoroughly examine and assess the entire oral cavity and manage any pain associated with the procedure.


Recognizing the unique needs of each pet, we offer tailored recommendations for at-home dental care such as dental diets, dental-safe treats and oral care products like water additives and pet-safe toothpaste. These preventive measures are instrumental in promoting and maintaining your pet’s dental health.

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