Cat Dental Services

Ensuring the oral health of your feline companion is paramount to their overall well-being. At Cats Only Veterinary Hospital in Pennington, NJ, our dedicated cat dental services go beyond routine check-ups, providing comprehensive pet dentistry to keep your furry friend’s teeth in top shape.

Why Choose Our Cat Dental Service?

Expert Feline Dentists
Our experienced pet dentists specialize in feline oral care. With a deep understanding of cat behavior and dental anatomy, they deliver personalized care to ensure your cat’s comfort during every visit.

Comprehensive Cat Dentistry
We offer a range of dental services tailored to meet your cat’s unique needs. Our cat dental service covers everything from routine cleanings to advanced procedures.

Preventive Care for Optimal Health
Regular cat teeth cleanings can prevent dental issues such as plaque buildup, gum disease, and bad breath. Our preventive approach aims to keep your cat’s teeth healthy and strong.

Modern Facilities
Equipped with modern dental technology, our facilities allow us to provide efficient and precise cat dental care. Rest assured, your cat is in capable hands at Cats Only Veterinary Hospital.

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When to Tell if Your Cat Needs Dental Care

Cats are notorious for hiding signs of discomfort, making it crucial for pet owners to be vigilant. Here are key indicators that your cat may need dental care:

Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Persistent bad breath can be a sign of dental issues. If your cat’s breath is unpleasant, it’s time for a dental check-up.

Changes in Eating Habits

Difficulty chewing or reluctance to eat can signal dental pain. Pay attention to any sudden changes in your cat’s appetite.

Excessive Drooling

Unusual drooling may indicate oral discomfort. If you notice your cat drooling more than usual, consult with our pet dentists.

Pawing at the Mouth

Frequent pawing at the mouth could suggest dental pain or irritation. Monitor your cat for this behavior.

Red or Bleeding Gums

Healthy gums should be pink, not red or bleeding. If you observe any abnormalities, it’s time to schedule a cat dental appointment.

Visible Tartar

Check your cat’s teeth for visible tartar or discoloration. These signs may indicate the need for a professional cleaning.

Benefits of Cat Dental Care at Cats Only Veterinary Hospital

1. Improved Overall Health:

Regular cat teeth cleanings contribute to your pet’s overall health by preventing dental issues that can affect other organs.

2. Longer Lifespan:

Good oral health is linked to a longer and healthier life for your cat. Our dental services promote longevity and vitality.

3. Customized Treatment Plans:

Our pet dentists create personalized treatment plans based on your cat’s needs, ensuring optimal care.

4. Advanced Pain Management:

We prioritize your cat’s comfort, utilizing advanced pain management techniques during dental procedures.