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Oral Surgery

Pets often need oral surgery and other forms of dental care. East Side Animal Hospital, which serves Cincinnati, Pleasant Ridge, Golf Manor, Amberley, Norwood, Hyde Park, Madeira, Kenwood, and Oakley, OH, provides oral surgery and other treatment options for pets that are suffering from dental issues. Our team provides a variety of oral surgery treatment options. We promise your pet will remain safe and comfortable during oral surgery. Whether your pet is suffering from a growth, jaw fracture, or injury-related trauma, dental care is an important part of any pet's healthcare plan.

Is Oral Surgery Safe for Pets?

A vet will perform the oral surgery in a way that is safe for your pet. A veterinary dentist ensures that your pet is asleep and not in any pain during the procedure. Immobilization via anesthesia can provide a stress-free environment for your pet to receive the appropriate dental care.

The Oral Surgery Procedure

Once our vet diagnoses an oral health issue, your pet will undergo some blood testing to ensure that the procedure will be safe. Your dog or cat will be placed under anesthesia during treatment, so he or she will not experience any pain. Our veterinarian will then be able to perform the necessary surgery or dental repair. Your pet will be monitored closely following the procedure.

How to Know Your Pet Needs Dental Treatment

Pets often need dental treatment if they have bad breath, broken teeth, stained or discolored teeth, or teeth that are covered in tartar. You should also pay attention to your pet's eating habits. A pet that chews more slowly or even refuses to eat might require treatment right away.

Oral Health Conditions We Treat

Our veterinarian can treat a variety of oral health conditions including:

  • Removal of oral tumors
  • Jaw fracture repair
  • Palatal defect repair
  • Cyst removal
  • Root canals
  • Gum disease and periodontal therapy
  • Restorative dentistry
  • Tooth resorption treatment
  • Gingivostomatitis treatment

If your pet exhibits any signs of dental pain or trauma, you should consult with a veterinary professional. The symptoms could be indicative that your dog or cat needs prompt veterinary attention.

Contact Our Veterinarian for Pet Dental Care in Cincinnati, OH

At East Side Animal Hospital, we have been providing residents of Pleasant Ridge and Cincinnati, OH with reliable pet dental care services for many years. Call us today at (513) 472-5083 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian.

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