Pet Dental Care
Does your best friend have bad breath? Despite what many pet owners may believe, bad breath is not normal in pets – it’s a sign of an unhealthy mouth. Your pet’s mouth is an important part of their overall health. Oral infections are often associated with pain as well as kidney, liver, and heart disease. We want your pet to live a long, healthy life, and we understand that maintaining a healthy mouth is part of that.
4 out of 5 pets have painful oral infections by the age of 3. Your pet’s health is important to us, so let us help you by booking your pet’s free oral exam!
What your neighbors say…
First time going to the vet for both me and my little kitty. I walked in, greeted by warm, smiling faces! The whole atmosphere of the place was lovely. Very clean environment & super sweet staff that took their time to explain things as they went, making sure me and my kitty were as comfortable as could be. Dr. Boaz Man was so genuine and knowledgeable. I have found a vet home for sure!!
I just wanted to once again thank Dr. Man and the fabulous staff for taking great care of my 7 year old cats/babies Sterling and Velvet on their visit!!! I have been coming here for many years. My girls are always treated as though they are family of Boca Midtowne Animal Hospital. Everyone is so caring and calming. Dr. Man personally called me today to update me with my cats results and go over their visit. I highly recommend anyone in search of a top notch and cutting edge veterinary clinic to see Dr. Man and his amazing staff!
At the recommendation of a friend with pets of their own, we took our first puppy here and couldn’t be happier with the staff or service. You can easily tell how much they truly care about animals and their well being. Dr. Man and his entire staff are so friendly and helpful; they’re always willing to answer questions and get back to you as promptly as possible. Really glad we have taken our little pup here so he gets the best care possible to grow into a happy, healthy adult dog! Thanks for everything, Dr. Man and team!
Signs Of Oral Disease
- Bad Breath – One of the first signs of dental disease
- Yellow/Brown build-up of Plaque on Teeth
- Red/Swollen Gums
- Discolored/Broken Teeth
- Rubbing/Pawing at Face
- Change in Temperament/Behavior
- Teeth out of Alignment
- Decreased Appetite
- Difficulty/Bleeding/Pain when Eating
- Nothing – Unfortunately most Common!
Oral Health Services
- Oral Examination
- General Dentistry
- Digital Dental X-rays
- Tooth Removal
- Restorative Dentistry
- Oral Surgery
- Fractured Teeth
- Tumor Removal
- Fractured Jaws
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