We Make Pet Dental Care a High Priority

To help your pet enjoy a long life and consistently good health, they need regular dental care. This includes routine care at home and yearly checkups to see if they need a cleaning. Your pet’s oral health is directly connected to their overall health. This means that if your pet’s mouth is infected, other areas of their body are likely affected as well. Our team in Nora is devoted to educating pet parents about the benefits of comprehensive care, which include dental disease and oral pain prevention.

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Treatment Options for a Healthier Smile

Our full-service medical facility offers complete care for oral health problems:

  • Dental X-rays
  • Thorough teeth cleaning and polishing
  • Oral surgery
  • Tooth extractions
  • Products for at-home use including toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental chews and treats, and more

For the very best care, we use digital dental X-rays to fully evaluate your pet’s teeth and check for hidden damage. Most oral issues, including dental disease, occur below the gum line and out of sight. Furthermore, we only perform all of our dental services when our patients are under general anesthesia. This ensures that we're detecting all existing problems and treating them correctly, while also keeping your pet safe and comfortable. Our hospital provides tailored pain management for all patients before, during, and after their dental procedure.

Providing Dental Care for Your Pet at Home

After every dental procedure, we send patients home with complimentary dental care products to encourage at-home treatment. We hope to instill positive habits and show pet parents that home dental care can go a long way towards keeping their loved ones healthier, longer.

Additionally, you can always come to us if you need help brushing your pet’s teeth or using any of our other dental products.

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Our Ongoing Dental Promotion

Monon Animal Hospital offers an ongoing dental promotion to help pet parents see the value of regular dental exams and cleanings. To be eligible, you need to schedule your pet’s dental procedure within 30 days of your veterinarian’s dental recommendation. This will save you $30 on the total cost of the cleaning.

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It's Never Too Late to Improve Your Pet's Dental Health

Please let us know if you have questions about our dental promotion or services. Pet dental care is extremely important! We would be more than happy to help you make an appointment so you can discuss your pet’s dental needs with us in detail.

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