Wellesley Veterinary Dentistry

Caring & Complete Dental Care for Your Pet

Keeping your pet’s teeth clean is important to their lifelong health and happiness. Just as with humans, regular professional cleaning is important to maintaining your pet’s dental health, which can impact his or her overall well-being.

At Wellesley Animal Hospital, we are here to help you keep your pet’s teeth and gums healthy. Prevention is key, which is why we offer comprehensive teeth cleaning services to keep gums well and prevent tooth loss. Regular dental appointments will help our veterinarians identify any potential issues and offer solutions or treatment options before they become bigger problems.

All of our dental services are provided in a friendly environment where your pet will feel safe and loved. To schedule your pet’s dental appointment at Wellesley Animal Hospital, call (781) 332-5506!

Our Veterinary Dental Services

Our dental services are administered by skilled, compassionate professionals and include:

  • Teeth cleaning
  • Dental x-rays
  • Extractions
  • Minor oral surgery

We can also offer and carry many products that can be used at home to help maintain your pet’s oral health.

Watch for Signs of Dental Problems

Pets, like people, benefit from having healthy teeth and gums. Routine check-ups and cleanings are even more important in pets, who may not be able to communicate that they are experiencing pain or discomfort. In addition to bringing your pet in for teeth cleaning on a regular basis, we recommend calling our office if you notice any signs that your pet may be having a dental problem.

Signs may include difficulty eating, excessive drooling, an unwillingness to eat, or other unusual behaviors. There may even be visible signs, like swelling or tooth discoloration. If you notice these, call us and we will help you determine the best course of action.

Why Dog Dental Care is Important

Overall dog dental health contributes to overall health. Let's dive into a few reasons to manage your dog's dental care:

  • Prevent bad breath. We know you love your dogs but could likely go without the bad breath. Dental care can help keep this under control.
  • Prevent tooth loss. As your dog ages, so do their teeth. Regular dental care can ensure that their teeth are strong and healthy.
  • Prevent organ damage. Yes, you read that right. Sometimes, bacteria in the plaque of the mouth can find its way into the bloodstream and result in damage to the liver, heart, and kidneys. Proactive oral health can prevent bad bacteria from spreading.
  • Prevent worsening dental disease. Many dog's develop dental disease by the time they are three years old, but with regular dental care - you can prevent severe dental disease.

Schedule Your Pet's Dental Cleaning in Wellesley Today

Feel free to call or contact us online to schedule your pet's next dental cleaning appointment. Our skilled Wellesley veterinarians care about your dog's overall health, and proper dental care plays such an important role. If you have questions about dental treatment, depending on age or size, give us a call. We look forward to helping your pet achieve optimal oral health.

Call (781) 332-5506 if you have more questions about our veterinary services in Wellesley. You can also contact us online to schedule an appointment. We proudly serve Wellesley, Weston, Natick and more!

Why We're Your Best Choice

  • Caring For the Big and Small

    We are happy to care for your furry friends, from the smallest of pocket pets to the largest of dogs.

  • Over 25 Years of Service

    For over 25 years we have been proudly serving our community's pets and families' needs.

  • Full-Service Veterinary Hospital

    We are proud to bring a wide range of top-notch veterinary care to our communities' pet's needs.

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  • “Every single staff member there is just the nicest.”

    - Amit Serper
  • “Fantastic doctors all around.”

    - William McFarland
  • “We've taken our dogs to Wellesley Animal Hospital for over a decade!”

    - Cathie Ragovin