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Dog & Cat Dental Cleaning – Power Rd Mesa, AZ

Dog & Cat Teeth Cleaning Mesa - Power Road Animal Hospital

Are you searching for cat or dog dental cleaning on Power Road or Mesa, Arizona? If so, Power Road Animal Hospital can help! We provide (pet) cat and dog teeth cleaning services near you.

Dental Cleaning Is Important For Your Pet’s Health

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At Val Vista Animal Hospital, your cat’s or dog’s dental cleaning includes:

  • Consultation: A thorough consultation and oral exam done by one of our Veterinary Dental Specialists.
  • Testing: We test all of your pet’s organ function and other pre-anesthetic blood work prior to anesthesia and identify any risks or abnormalities.
  • Monitoring: Electronic Monitoring, IV fluids and General Anesthesia – We are highly experienced and professional trained in pet anesthesia. You cat or dog’s anesthesia will be individualized to meet your pet’s needs and your pet will be monitored throughout the entire process.
  • X-Rays: Dental X-rays (Digital) – Digital x-rays or radio-graphs all us to get a closer look of your pet’s mouth to help us identify fractured teeth, periodontal disease or oral cancer. These problems would not  be visible without digital radio-graphs or X-rays.
  • Dental Cleaning: Thorough teeth polishing and teeth cleaning (prophy)
  • Paperwork: Copies of EKG, Dental X-rays and anesthetic charts.
  • Prevention: The comfort of knowing your pet is receiving critical dental cleanings that can save you money down the road and prevent future dental disease for you pet.

How Often Should My Dog / Cat Receive Teeth Cleaning?

Experts recommend getting your pet’s teeth cleaned professionally every 6 months – 1 year depending on your breed of dog. If you are taking great care of your cat’s or dog’s teeth already, you may only have to take your pet every other year. However, always discuss your options with a vet before taking any serious action.

If your pet is starting to have really bad breath, it’s probably time to bring them in for a dental exam. Other reasons to schedule dental cleaning include difficulty eating, seeing blood on chews or bleeding gums.

Pet Dental Exams

Most dogs and cats should receive dental exams at least once a year. This dental exam includes, subgingival and supragingival cleaning, polishing, intraoral evaluation and further periodontal therapy. Pet dental cleanings at Augusta Animal Ranch Hospital involves removal of calculus and plaque, either with sonic/ultrasonic instruments listed above, hand instruments or gingival margin, intra-oral radio-graphs, periodontal probing, charting and more treatments such as extractions if needed or deep periodontal therapy.

Dental Treatment Options & Take Home Instructions

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After the oral examination is complete, the initial treatment plan is set. The veterinarian will discuss different options and then the client will be able to decide of the treatment plan that best suits their pet. Next, the patient(pet) is anesthetized and the periodontal therapy begins. After the therapy is complete, you will be given take home instructions for caring for your pet from home.

Schedule Your Pet Dental Cleaning In Mesa

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5 Star Review: “They were my last dogs vet for 15 years. That should tell you something itself. When I had to unfortunately euthanize him, they made a horrible experience very peaceful for the both of us.They even took a print of his paw and gave it to me. A few days later, I received a condolence card in the mail from them. They are the most understanding and compassionate vet I have ever had!” Cyanne P.

To schedule your cat or dog teeth cleaning in Mesa click here or give us a call today at (480) 641-4141.

 

Apoquel Mesa

Apoquel Mesa - Itch Treatment Medication For Dogs Mesa

Are you searching for “Apoquel Mesa” or “Dog Itching Medication“, while looking for veterinarians in Mesa, Arizona who prescribe Apoquel or offer medication to help relieve itching and inflammation in dogs? If so, Power Road Animal Hospital can help! We prescribe Apoquel for dogs who are experiencing food allergies, flea allergies, atopic dermatitis, and contact allergies.

What Is Apoquel?

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Apolquel is a medication used to control and treat inflammation and itching in dogs resulting from multiple causes, including food allergy, flea allergy, atopic dermatitis, and contact allergy. Apoquel can deliver onset relief for your dog within 4 hours. If can effectively control itching within 24 hours.

Do I Need A Prescription For Apoquel?

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Yes, Apoquel does require a prescription from our veterinarians, and is sold by the tablet.

What Is Apoquel Used For?

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Apoquel is used for relieving inflammation and itching in dogs that are causes by a variety of diagnoses, including atopic dermatitis and allergic dermatitis.

Benefits Of Apoquel

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  • Can provide onset relief in around 4 hours
  • Controls itching effectively after 24 hours
  • Safe for long term or short term usage
  • Can be used alongside other medications, including vaccines, antibiotics, and parasiticides
  • Used to stop itching with small impact on immune function
  • Control pruritus usually associated with allergic dermatitis and can control atopic dermatitis
  • Soly by the tablet

How It Works

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Apoquel works with using selective janus kinase (JAK) inhibitors which target pruritogenic (itch creating) cytokines. If control itching that is due to food allergies, flea allergies, atopic dermatitis, and contact allergies. Apoquel is used to control pruritus for fast relief, and provides long-term and short-term relief of inflammation and itching.

Cautions

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Apoquel Tablets MesaThis medication is not for human consumption and is for use in dogs only. Keep this drug out of reach of your children. Do not give this medication to dogs under 12 months of age, dogs with serious infections or breeding dogs. Make sure you wash your hands after handling the medication. In case of eye contact, flush with saline or water immediately.

If you looking for medication to control your dog’s itching or inflammation, Apoquel may be the medication your canine needs. “APOQUEL® (oclacitinib tablet) is a novel, first-in-class, targeted therapy that provides dogs fast itch control without many of the side effects associated with steroids.Buy Apoquel Online at our online pharmacy.

Cat & Dog Tooth Extractions Mesa

Dog & Cat Tooth Extractions Mesa

Welcome to Power Road Animal Hospital! We provide Cat & Dog Tooth Extractions in Mesa, Arizona. We also provide pet dental cleaning services to keep your cat’s and dog’s teeth healthy and prevent diseases. Learn more about the animal (Dog & Cat) dental care services we provide below.

Your Pet’s Mouth Is Where Most Health Problems Start

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Periodontal disease, tartar, plaque, and infected teeth are a source of inflammation and infection in your pet’s body. All of these problems are a source of pain for your pet. When these problems arise, Power Road Animal Hospital can help! We provide pet (cat & dog) dental care including; dog and cat tooth extractions, minor oral pet surgeries, and pet dental cleaning.

Dog Teeth Extractions

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Dog-Tooth-Extractions-MesaOur Pet Hospital knows that good dental health keeps your canine in excellent health overall. Canine periodontitis is one of the most common bacterial infections in canines that happen in the mouth. But, with good dog dental care, you can help your prevent your canine companion from getting dental disease.

If you dog has stinky breath, swollen or red gums, teeth really yellow or brown, losing or missing teeth, or losing weight due to not eating as much, there is a chance your dog has periodontal disease or some other form of dental disease. If any of these scenarios pertain to your canine, bring them in to see our Veterinarian’s immediately.

Cat Teeth Extractions

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Cat-Tooth-Extractions-MesaOur Animal Hospital understands that good dental health keeps your cat in excellent health overall. Feline dental problems usually go undetected until their pain is so severe that they can barely function. Cats are known for hiding their discomfort and usually won’t show any signs until they are in the worst condition.

Cats experience a variety of dental diseases such as feline tooth resorption, tooth fractures, gum diseases and more. When these problems happen with your feline companion, feline tooth extraction may be necessary. However, we will try everything we can before offering the tooth extraction solution.

Pet Dental Cleaning

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Pet-Dental-Care-MesAPet dental cleanings are performed under general anesthesia in order to properly and safely examine and clean the teeth. Most pets should receive a dental exam at least one time per year. This dental exam includes, supragingival and subgingival cleaning, polishing, intraoral evaluation and further periodontal therapy.

The initial treatment plan is set after the oral examination is complete. Your vet will discuss different options and then the client will be able to decide of the treatment plan that best suits their pet.

Pet Oral Exams

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After your pet’s teeth have been cleaned and polished, your vet will also perform an oral exam to make sure your dog or cat doesn’t have any signs of gum disease or other dental diseases. Extensive dental diseases will require the teeth or tooth to be removed (extracted). Schedule an appointment to see one of our friendly vet’s today by giving us a call at (480) 641-4141 or stop by our animal hospital in Mesa today!

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