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Providing Healthy Gums and Happy Pets

At Animal Dental Care (ADC), we provide anesthesia-free maintenance dental care to dogs and cats under the supervision of licensed veterinarians throughout the country.

Pet Dental Brochure - Animal Dental CareAnimal Dental Care has been the leader of anesthesia free-dental cleanings for over 20 years. We are devoted to improving the dental care of our pet population. Thank you for taking the time to visit our site and the future of preventive dental care for dogs and cats.

Our procedure is known as a Preventive Dental Cleaning & Assessment (PDCA). Our highly skilled technicians can perform a complete oral assessment and teeth cleaning for your awake pet, allowing us to take a proactive role for the prevention of periodontal disease which is so common in our pet population.

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According to American Veterinary Dental College “Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition in adult dogs and cats, and is entirely preventable. By three years of age, most dogs and cats have some evidence of periodontal disease.  …professional dental cleanings and periodontal therapy often comes too late to prevent extensive disease to save the teeth. As a result, periodontal disease is usually under treated, and may cause multiple problems in the oral cavity and may be associated with damage to internal organs to some animals as they age.”

Animal Dental Care's PDCA is another tool for veterinary hospitals and proactive pet owners to help fight dental disease as part of a Total Preventive Treatment Plan for the Oral Cavity. Without regular cleanings, destructive bacteria will spread under the gum line causing gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and periodontitis (loss of bone and soft tissue around the teeth). Our anesthesia-free teeth cleanings can help reduce that bacteria on a more frequent basis as part of a maintenance plan after your pet's anesthetic dental, due to the fact that your pet is awake during our outpatient procedure. 

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the benefits of anesthesia-free dental care.

For Pet Owners please learn more about the Total Preventive Treatment Plan for the Oral Cavity.        

For Veterinarians please learn more about how to register for a Free Lunch & Demonstration of our Procedure.

To schedule an appointment, please visit our "Service Providers/Appointments" and contact your local animal hospital or Contact us directly for more help.

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