We know your pet is not just an animal, but a valuable family member. So, if he's suffering, you are too. Oral health is more than a bright smile and fresh breath. It's the foundation of a long and healthy life for your pets. Did you know that 70% of cats and 80% of dogs show signs of dental disease by age three? Left untreated, they can lead to severe disorders, tooth loss, and serious systemic complications affecting the heart, kidneys, and liver. Although it may sound frightening, animals oral surgery is often the most effective treatment for many dental problems in pets. Dental disease in pets means bad breath, pain, discomfort, and reduced quality of life. Because of their natural instincts, our pets know how to hide their pain, so knowing about veterinary oral surgery, regular dental check-ups, and early intervention are essential. Let's give your pet the healthy, pain-free life it deserves.
Partial Mandibulectomy Surgical Procedure
A partial mandibulectomy is an oral surgical procedure to remove part of the lower jaw. It can involve both sides of the jaw or just one side. Up to three-quarters of the entire lower jaw can be removed.
Cleft Palate Repair Surgery
Just like human babies, dogs, puppies, and kittens can also be born with congenital disabilities such as palate or lip clefts. This presents a challenge for veterinarians: how can we alleviate the suffering of these pet patients and ensure they lead everyday life?