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To check in for your scheduled appointment or medication pick up, please call the front desk at 860-658-1931. Currently, our waiting room is closed, however, we are allowing one family member to accompany their pet in during their doctor visit.
A properly worn face mask will be required to enter the building. Technician appointments, drop offs, and food/medication pick-up will remain curb side.
We are here to provide the best possible care for all of our clients and patients but please expect extended wait times. We appreciate your patience as we all deal with these challenging times.
Dental care is an essential part of your pet’s overall health. When oral hygiene is neglected, pets can develop dental disease which negatively affects other systems in the body and may lead to tooth loss.
A pet's dental health is just as important as their physical health, however, it often goes overlooked. The reality is that oral hygiene plays a huge part in ensuring your pet lives a long, healthy life.
Pets that fracture their teeth or end up developing dental disease will likely require dental surgery at some point in their life. Our experienced veterinarians can help your pet remain happy, healthy, and free from dental pain.
Teeth are scaled and then cleaned using our Cavitron, an ultrasonic scaler. If extractions are considered, digital dental l X-rays are taken.
Any necessary extractions are then performed using our IM3 high speed dental drill. All the teeth will be charted to track extractions and follow teeth that may need future attention, and finally the teeth are polished. If extractions are performed your pet should be feed a soft or wet food diet for 2 weeks, or until the recheck visit.