Small Animal Clinic of Tulsa's

Professional Pet Dental Package

  • Oral Exam/Consultation

  • Pre-anesthetic Lab Panel

  • IV Catheter/Fluids

  • General Anesthesia

  • Digital Intraoral

  • Radiographs

  • Electronic Patient Monitoring (Blood Pressure, ECG,

  • Oxygen Saturation, Body Temperature, Respiration)

  • ​Bair Hugger Patient Warming

  • Device

  • Professional Teeth Cleaning and Evaluation by a

  • Board-Certified Veterinary Dentist

In addition to advanced dental procedures, Small Animal Clinic of Tulsa also performs preventative dentistry (dental prophylaxis). Unfortunately, many pet owners are not advised to seek dental care for their pets until there is a visible problem in the mouth and a "routine" dental cleaning becomes periodontal therapy with extractions. A dental prophylaxis or comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment involves multiple steps.  The steps are based on the recent release of the 2013 American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.  It varies by patient, but the first dental cleaning on a small dog or cat should take place by one year of age. Larger dogs may be able to wait until two years of age.

Dental Prophylaxis

Anesthesia-free dentistry sounds attractive, but click the link below and watch the video to educate yourself about the importance of anesthesia during dental procedures. AAHA Handout: Pets Need Anesthesia for Routine Dental Care
Small Animal Clinic of Tulsa
4820 E. 33rd St.Tulsa, OK74135US
Phone: 918-749-8387 Website: http://www.tulsavet.com/