Westside Family Pet Clinic has been providing comprehensive dental care for pets since 1991.
From routine teeth cleaning & dental x-rays to oral surgery & root canals, our emphasis is always to prevent pain, tooth loss and internal organ disease ( kidney, liver, heart disease) for your pet.
Studies have routinely shown that dental problems are present in over 80% of dogs 2 years of age and 68% of cats over 3 but some pets show signs even earlier (especially small dog breeds & puppies).
It is part of our mission to prevent dental problems in all pets before it causes pain, discomfort or internal disease.
Yearly sedated dental exams and cleanings are the best way to accomplish this and is the recommendation the AAHA Dental Guidelines based on information provided by board certified veterinary dentists.
We offer all the options to try and save the affected teeth, if possible. We will discuss all available forms of pain relief and anesthetic safety to insure that you can help make the right decisions regarding dental health for your pet.
- We promise to discuss fees, pain management and anesthetic safety and answer all your questions completely.
- We will provide you with a SIMPLE practical dental home care plan that is tailored to your family and truly helps to prolong the time between dental visits.
- We offer a FREE follow up consultation 2 weeks after your pets teeth cleaning to insure effective home care.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month and it is one my staff”s favorite months because we celebrate keeping pets mouths healthy & preventing problems!
Of course preventing dental problems is a year round effort so to help out:
Specials in 2012 include:
1) We will give you 10% of teeth cleaning and a set of full mouth x-rays if you schedule your pets teeth cleaning at your annual wellness exam (a $35 to $50 value)
2) OR if you book your pets teeth cleaning within 1 year of the previous cleaning we will apply a 10% discount
3) In February we offer additional free products and will donate $5 for every teeth cleaning to the humane society to help provide good dental care to those pets too!
And of course, when your pet comes to give you that big lick at the end of a hard day their breath will be better if you follow our recommendations!
The Pet Loving Staff of WFPC