- We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
We recommend dental exams and cleanings annually, starting at one year of age for cats and small-breed dogs and at two years of age for large-breed dogs. Older smaller dogs may actually require twice yearly dental cleanings
In the dental exam, we look for developmental anomalies, retained deciduous teeth, oral tumors, periodontal disease and accumulation of plaque and tartar. Dental radiographs (x-rays) are sometimes needed to detect abnormalities or hidden infections that cannot be seen by examination alone. X-rays can also confirm the need for surgery, including extraction of loose or badly infected teeth. At Adobe Animal Hospital, we use the latest digital x-rays, which eliminates need for processing time and permits faster, more accurate evaluation.
We offer a complete state-of-the art dental system for all your pet's dental needs:
We can perform a basic oral examination on patients that are awake. However, for thorough examinations and for dental cleanings, a short-lasting anesthetic is needed. Our state-of-the-art dental equipment, including digital radiography, speeds up the time required for dental procedures, so the patient spends less time under anesthesia. See our Anesthesia section for more information.
|Monday||8 - 12:30||2:30 - 5:30|
|Tuesday||8 - 12:30||2:30 - 5:30|
|Wednesday||8 - 12:30||2:30 - 5:30|
|Thursday||8 - 12:30||2:30 - 5:30|
|Friday||8 - 12:30||2:30 - 5:30|
|8 - 12:30||8 - 12:30||8 - 12:30||8 - 12:30||8 - 12:30||Closed||Closed|
|2:30 - 5:30||2:30 - 5:30||2:30 - 5:30||2:30 - 5:30||2:30 - 5:30||Closed||Closed|