Pet Dental FAQs

Common FAQs for Pittsburgh Pet Owners

City Vets is here to help the people of Pittsburgh understand more about pet care. There's nothing more important to us than giving our clients information about how to keep their pet companions as healthy and happy as possible. If you have questions about how your animal hospital operates, we're here to give you the details. 

Pet Dental FAQs

What Can I Expect During My First Visit?

Our facility is modern, welcoming, and clean. Our friendly staff takes charge from the moment you walk-in, ensuring you and your pet receives the service you both deserve. These rooms are bright, well-lit, and come complete with highly trained vet techs and veterinarians who can help put your pet at ease. 

Can My Pet's Treatment Be Customized in Pittsburgh?

Yes! You can expect more than cookie-cutter treatment options when it comes to your pet. Whether you have an exotic pet or a rescue housecat, we're here to learn about the specific needs of the animal. 

What Kinds of Services Do You Offer?

We offer four main categories of care:

  • General wellness exams 
  • Pet dental care 
  • Exotic pet care 
  • Senior pet care 

City Vets has made it our mission to address your pet's general health whenever possible — not just one specific condition. So if your lizard has been feeling a little under the weather, we can both treat your lizard and provide advice that may keep them from developing a more serious condition. We also understand that one of the most important types can also be dental care for any age.

What Dental Care Do We Offer?

Yes! Our office does offer dental care. We offer regular dental exams and even screenings. We do screenings to make sure your pet isn’t experiencing any periodontal disease. When your pet has a screening, your pet’s teeth may be cleaned, filled, extracted, or even repaired as required.

Why Is Pet Dental Care Important?

Pet dental care is important because a dental disease my cause your pet suffering in not only their mouth but if a disease does occur, it can spread to the rest of the body. It is important to bring your pet in for at least one exam per year. Dental care works more efficiently as preventative care.

Get Superior Veterinarian Care for Your Animal 

When you visit City Vets in Pittsburgh, our skilled veterinary staff can provide you tips to help keep your pet’s teeth in pristine shape. We offer many other services besides, dental and we care for each of our clients equally. Call (412) 483-1700 to schedule an appointment today and see the superior veterinary care your animal can receive.  

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