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Veterinary Dental Care in Everett

Caring for Your Pet’s Smile

It’s easy to overlook your pet’s oral health. At Diamond Veterinary Hospital, we make sure to give your pet’s mouth the same level of care and attention as we give the rest of their body because your pet’s dental health is just as important to maintaining a happy and healthy pet. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited practice, we are fully equipped to offer a broad range of dental services, including cleaning and dental surgeries, to keep your pet’s smile happy and healthy for many years to come.

Happy pets have healthy smiles. Call (425) 252-1106 or contact us online to schedule your next appointment with our veterinary team today.

Dental Disease & Your Pet

Periodontal disease, or dental disease, is the most common illness affecting cats and dogs. Periodontal disease refers to an infection of the tissues that hold the teeth in place. It is caused by an excessive buildup of plaque on the teeth. Plaque, a bacterial film, builds up over time, dying and hardening on the surface of the teeth and thus creating more surface area for new plaque to accumulate. Without regular brushing, the plaque can move beneath the gums and cause infection of the tissues that hold the teeth in place. This can cause pain, loss of teeth, and, if not properly treated, permanent damage to your pet’s jaw.

Keep an eye out for these common symptoms of periodontal disease:

  • Smelly breath
  • Excessive drooling
  • Blood in your pet’s saliva or water dish
  • Difficulty or avoiding eating

Any of the above symptoms can indicate your pet is suffering from some form of periodontal disease. Don’t wait for it to progress before getting help! Your veterinarian in Everett is here to help keep your pet smiling for many years to come.

Professional Dental Cleaning at Diamond Veterinary Hospital

When we examine your pet’s mouth as part of their regular wellness exam, we may recommend a professional dental cleaning in order to treat periodontal disease. Dental cleaning for pets involves general anesthesia so our veterinary team can fully clean your pet’s teeth. As an AAHA accredited animal hospital, our surgical suite is fully equipped with the latest anesthesia monitoring equipment to keep your pet safe throughout their cleaning.

During your pet’s dental cleaning at Diamond Veterinary Hospital, one of our highly trained veterinarians in Everett will use tools similar to those used by human dentists to scale the plaque from your pet’s teeth and polish the enamel. We will also apply an anti-plaque treatment, such as fluoride, to your pet’s teeth to help deter future plaque buildup. Once your pet’s teeth are shiny and clean again, we’ll help you learn how to care for their teeth at home so you can avoid future dental problems.

Questions about dental services at Diamond Veterinary Hospital? Give us a call at (425) 252-1106 or contact us online so we can help.

Your Pet Is Our Priority

Real Reviews from Real Clients
  • “Best veterinary services in Everett. Great staff, excellent doctors. My 11 yr old cocker spaniel gets very anxious and they take extra special care of him! Dr. Hanna is the best!!”

    - Cheryl Crouch Hanson
  • “I've been taking my dogs to Diamond Vet for over 10 years and they are Awesome. The entire staff shows concern not only for my dogs but for my health too.”

    - Sue Coolbaugh
  • “Love Dr. Zakos; she reassures me I'm a good mom to my pets!”

    - Dianna McKemy
  • “Everyone at Diamond Veterinary Services is caring, professional and friendly. My cat loves her caretakers when I board her, and I can leave her knowing she'll be safe and in good care.”

    - Janelle Farley-Beyer
  • “Thanks so much for having someone there 24/7! I'm not sure what I would have done without you!”

    - Betsy Starr
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Why Choose Us?

  • We Will Go the Extra Mile for Your Pet's Health
  • Diverse Knowledge, Skills & Treatment Approach
  • 5-Star Reputation in Our Community
  • 24/7 Emergency Services; Appointments 7 Days a Week
  • General Practice and Emergency Services Available
We Put Pets First

Contact our office to schedule an appointment today!