Dental care isn’t just for humans.

Like people, pets need routine professional dental care - even if you brush their teeth twice a day. While daily toothbrushing is the best way to care for your pet’s teeth at home, there is a large portion of each tooth lurking below the gum line that also needs care. Pets also chew on hard objects, including sticks, rocks, and bones, potentially damaging their teeth. At Church Ranch Veterinary Center, we perform thorough oral exams on each pet to check for signs of periodontal disease, broken teeth, or other abnormalities, and then create a treatment plan to return your pet’s smile back to its usual glow.

Dental care isn’t just for humans.

Like people, pets need routine professional dental care - even if you brush their teeth twice a day. While daily toothbrushing is the best way to care for your pet’s teeth at home, there is a large portion of each tooth lurking below the gum line that also needs care. Pets also chew on hard objects, including sticks, rocks, and bones, potentially damaging their teeth. At Church Ranch Veterinary Center, we perform thorough oral exams on each pet to check for signs of periodontal disease, broken teeth, or other abnormalities, and then create a treatment plan to return your pet’s smile back to its usual glow.

Our Pet Dental Services

We do more than clean your pet’s teeth.

Most pets will require professional dental care in their lifetimes, since up to 80% of pets over the age of 3 have some degree of dental disease. Oral bacteria can not only give your pet bad breath, it can also destroy the jaw bone, damage the periodontal ligaments, and attack the heart. To help prevent and treat periodontal problems in your pet, we perform a wide range of dental services, including:

Comprehensive oral exam to search for problems.

Dental cleaning under anesthesia to ensure we clean below the gum line.

Tooth polishing to remove micro-abrasions that trap plaque and tartar.

Fluoride treatment to strengthen tooth enamel.

Extractions to remove diseased or damaged teeth.

Beak trimming for birds and turtles.

Tooth trimming for rabbits and rodents.

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Our Pet Dental Services

We do more than clean your pet’s teeth.

Most pets will require professional dental care in their lifetimes, since up to 80% of pets over the age of 3 have some degree of dental disease. Oral bacteria can not only give your pet bad breath, it can also destroy the jaw bone, damage the periodontal ligaments, and attack the heart. To help prevent and treat periodontal problems in your pet, we perform a wide range of dental services, including:

Comprehensive oral exam to search for problems.

Dental cleaning under anesthesia to ensure we clean below the gum line.

Tooth polishing to remove micro-abrasions that trap plaque and tartar.

Fluoride treatment to strengthen tooth enamel.

Extractions to remove diseased or damaged teeth.

Beak trimming for birds and turtles.

Tooth trimming for rabbits and rodents.

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Pet Dentistry

in Westminster

If your pet is having problems chewing, or even if their bad breath is knocking you over, please call us to schedule an oral exam with our veterinarian at Church Ranch Veterinary Center. Our team provides top-notch dental care for a variety of species in Westminster and the surrounding areas.

Church Ranch Veterinary Center provides dental care for cats, dogs, birds, turtles, rabbits, and other pets in Westminster, Arvada, and Broomfield.

Pet Dentistry

in Westminster

If your pet is having problems chewing, or even if their bad breath is knocking you over, please call us to schedule an oral exam with our veterinarian at Church Ranch Veterinary Center. Our team provides top-notch dental care for a variety of species in Westminster and the surrounding areas.

Church Ranch Veterinary Center provides dental care for cats, dogs, birds, turtles, rabbits, and other pets in Westminster, Arvada, and Broomfield.