Pet Dentistry at Evergreen Animal Hospital in Gig Harbor, WA

Dental care of dogs and cats is a commonly overlooked aspect of pet health care.

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Pet Dentistry in Gig Harbor, WA 98335

The American Veterinary Dental Society reports that 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of oral disease by age three. Poor dental health can cause pain and infection and lead to more serious health problems including liver and kidney disease. We are able to provide complete dental cleaning and examination similar to what you would expect from your own dentist; including digital x-ray. General anesthesia is required to provide this level of service.

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Why Pet Dentistry Matters

Although it is frequently disregarded, pet dental care is essential for preventing a number of illnesses. Pets with dental issues may experience pain, discomfort, and even negative effects on their general health, just like people do. Maintaining your pet’s oral health can be greatly aided by routine dental examinations and professional cleanings.

Our Approach to Pet Dentistry


Dental Examinations

In order to evaluate the oral health of your pet, our skilled veterinarians perform comprehensive dental exams. We do everything possible to provide a thorough assessment, from looking for indications of periodontal disease to assessing the state of teeth and gums.


Professional Cleanings

Frequent cleanings are necessary to avoid the accumulation of plaque and tartar, which can aggravate dental problems. Your pet’s teeth will remain in good condition thanks to the safe and efficient cleaning methods our knowledgeable veterinary team uses.


Oral Health Education

We think that arming pet owners with information about appropriate dental care at home is empowering. To ensure that you can maintain your pet’s dental health in between appointments, our veterinary team offers helpful advice on how to brush your pet’s teeth and choose the best dental products.

Key Services at Evergreen Animal Hospital

Dental X-rays

With the help of our equipment, we can examine your pet’s dental health in greater detail and potentially identify problems early on.

Tooth Extractions

When necessary, our knowledgeable veterinarians carefully and precisely remove teeth, causing your pet as little discomfort as possible.

Preventive Dental Care Plans

Our preventive care programs are customized to your pet’s unique needs in order to support long-term dental health.

Dietary Guidance

For dental health, diet is essential. Our veterinarians offer advice on healthy diets that promote your pet’s dental health.