Dentistry

Pearly whites are important! We all prefer our pets’ breath to smell sweet, however gum disease and dental decay can also lead to serious health problems if left untreated. It’s not uncommon for owners to miss the signs of dental disease, but our vets and nurses will check your pet’s teeth and gums during every appointment. They may recommend that remedial treatment is carried out.

At Bay Tree Vets we have the capability to perform preventative dental care and more extensive treatment, such as extractions, when required. If you are concerned about your pet’s oral health, please enquire about our Dental Clinics run by our registered veterinary nurses.

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