Dental Services

Veterinary Dental Services in Bryn Mawr

Cleanings, Dental Surgery & More

Good oral health is imperative to the overall health of your pet. Pets can develop periodontal disease (inflammation and infection of the gums) as early as one year of age. Often, pets do not exhibit symptoms of periodontal disease until it has progressed to an advanced level.

We encourage all pet owners to have their pets receive routine oral health exams. Calculus can build up on teeth and around the gums causing infection and decay in the mouth, and lead to stress on other organs. Oral infections can result in chronic exposure of the heart, kidneys, and liver to bacteria and other toxins via the blood stream. The mouth is also a common site for tumors and cysts.

Regular oral exams and, if necessary, digital oral radiographs will help detect emerging problems leading to earlier and more effective therapies. Call (610) 557-3919 to schedule your appointment.

Services We Offer

Bryn Mawr Veterinary Hospital can help keep your pet’s teeth and gums healthy and strong. We offer a number of dental services designed to prevent dental disease, infection, and decay:

  • Ultrasonic scaling
  • Teeth polishing
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Gum pocket treatments
  • Extractions
  • Digital radiography

Please call the office at (610) 557-3919 to schedule an appointment if your pet hasn’t had an oral exam within the past 6 months. Feel free to contact us online as well! A member of our dedicated team is happy to help you.

What Makes Us Your Best Choice for Your Beloved Pet

  • Your Pet is Our Priority

    Your beloved pet is always our first priority, we believe in providing high-quality care to ensure your pets have a healthy, happy, and long life.

  • It Takes a Team

    At Bryn Mawr Veterinary Hospital we believe that by working as a team we can create the best care for your beloved pet.

  • Five Decade of Care

    For more than 50 years Bryn Mawr Veterinary Hospital has been proudly serving our community's animals' needs.

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