Our Centre is fully equipped to perform full oral examination under general anaesthetic as well as X-Rays, scale and polish and tooth extractions should any of the procedures be necessary for your pet.

As dental disease is common in dogs, cats and rabbits, it is vital to keep to the regular dental check-ups. If caught early, majority of dental issues can be treated or at least managed to keep under control.

There are also various ways to prevent or minimise your pet's dental problems, these include feeding plans to minimise tartar build up, teeth brushing, teeth scale and polish by our nurses and many more. Come and see us for a friendly chat to discuss your pet's dental care.

Left untreated, dental infections and diseases can cause serious health issues for your pet. From digestion problems, to blood infections, these issues can seriously impact your pet's life and comfort.

This is especially true for our elderly pet patients. Once properly treated for any dental problems, they spring back to life.

It is important to ensure that your pet's teeth are kept as healthy and clean as possible, as this will in turn help to make sure their teeth do last a lifetime, saving your pet a lot of pain and discomfort and you a lot of money in a long run.

Call us or email us to make an appointment to discuss your pet’s dental care plan.

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What our Clients say
  • "A massive thank you to Martin Leith and team for operating on Maisie. So thankful to be bringing her home with her 7 chunky babies"

    Ann Rees

  • "Brilliant vets! Always use for my dogs and horses. 5 stars."

    Jemma Peakman

  • "Martin gave us A* treatment when our beloved pet had an ACL rupture. Put my mind at rest and treated our dog like one of his own. Cannot fault a single thing."

    Beverley Barber

  • "I just want to say a HUGE thank you to Philippa Amelia Clarke and Tom - you have been amazing. Barney is getting stronger and looks so much better."

    Julie Spriggs

  • "Huge thank you to the wonderful Martin Leith and all the team after emergency surgery on Beetle's eye yesterday. He is bouncing around happily today, thank you all so much."

    Sarah Limbrick

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