FAQs

HOW DO I KNOW IF MY PET NEEDS A DENTAL?

Just lift your pet’s lip, and take a look!  It is time for us to perform a dental on your pet if they show any of the following signs: Bad breath...

WHAT IS A GREEN DOG DENTAL?

Teeth cleaning under anesthesia is the gold standard of veterinary dentistry. However, there are instances in which anesthesia can be avoided. Gree...

WHY SHOULD MY PET GET A GREEN DOG DENTAL?

Removing plaque and tartar (calculus) is essential in maintaining oral health by preventing the development of deeper rooted problems.  We believe ...

WHY IS PET DENTAL HEALTH IMPORTANT?

Not only is bad breath and tartar buildup unappealing, but its effects contribute to serious health complications in our pets. According to the Ame...

WHAT IF MY PET IS TOO STRESSED, OR WHAT IF I PREFER FOR MY PET TO BE SEDATED?

After completing a veterinary dental exam, the on-site veterinarian will determine the candidacy of your pet for a sedated dental, known as a “twil...

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?

On average, dental appointments take an hour and fifteen minutes from start to finish. We begin with the check in process, greeting your fur baby...

DO YOU ALSO SEE CATS?

YES! We welcome all canine and feline patients.  

WHAT OTHER SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE?

We are a full service veterinary clinic. Services available, including, but not limited to: Wellness Exams NEAT Special (Nails. Ears. Anal glands....

WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM THE GREEN DOG DENTAL PROCESS?

A smooth and positive experience. :) We begin by greeting you and your fur baby, making sure our patient feels safe and comfortable. We then gathe...

IS MY DOG A CANDIDATE FOR A GREEN DOG DENTAL?

Advanced dental disease, dental/tooth fractures, tooth root abscesses, oral masses, and other severe findings are commonly found during the veterin...

DO YOU HAVE DENTAL X-RAY?

Yes!  We use Scan X Duo, a full digital x-ray system originating from human dentistry. The American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC) recommends tha...