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Eagan Pet Clinic
4395 Rahn Rd
Eagan, MN 55122
Call (651) 454-5684 for an appointment!
Comprehensive Dental Cleanings
Yearly dental cleanings keep your pet's mouth healthy!
Our veterinarians and licensed technicians have received advanced training in dentistry. We as a group at Eagan Pet Clinic are passionate about preventative dentistry because we see on a daily basis how much pain and discomfort dental disease causes in our patients. We recommend yearly comprehensive dental cleanings along with full mouth dental radiographs to detect problems going on below the gum line such as abscessed or infected teeth, dentigerous cysts caused by unerupted teeth, resorbing teeth, and significant bone loss that may otherwise go undetected. Sixty percent of the tooth is under the gum line so full mouth dental radiographs are a very important part of obtaining a complete picture of what is going on with your pet's teeth. We utilize the safest anesthetics and recommend bloodwork prior to anesthesia to detect any underlying concerns that may be present such as kidney or liver elevations.
All of our patients undergoing a complete dental cleaning receive the following:
If we find teeth that need to be extracted or need other more advanced procedures we will call you with an updated estimate for these services. Advanced procedures can include open root planing, guided tissue regeneration, and application of a local acting antibiotic called Doxyrobe gel.
Controlling pain in our patients is very important. Our veterinarians perform local dental blocks for any teeth that need to be extracted or have advanced procedures performed. We also send pain medication to be administered at home as needed.
Referrals As Needed
We utilize the services of a board certified dentist, Dr. Donnell Hansen at Blue Pearl in Eden Prairie for more advanced procedures such as root canals and surgical removal of dentigerous cysts (caused by unerupted teeth).