Periodontal disease is the most prevalent oral disease seen in small animals, specifically dogs and cats.  It can be a very painful and often debilitating disease to the affected animal, and unfortunately most pet owners will not know that their pet is suffering until the animal is showing obvious signs of discomfort from more advanced forms of periodontitis.  Periodontal disease has also been associated with multiple systemic conditions (respiratory and urinary tract infections, heart, liver and kidney disease), so preventing and treating periodontal disease is of paramount importance to the overall health of the affected animal.

We are striving to make dental cleanings more available by reducing the cost of the procedure without decreasing the quality of care.

Please call us at (607) 204-0856 for more information.