Common Surgical Procedures
Spay and Neuters
This procedure is done every 6 months to 1 year depending on the progression of the periodontal disease, tartar and other factors. You can ask about this during your yearly exams.
All our patients who get dental prophylaxis done must come in for blood work 1-2 days before the procedure is performed. This allows us to check the internal functions of your pet and determine if they are healthy for the procedure and can tolerate anesthesia.