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Professional Dental Services in Toronto for Your Pet

Dental hygiene is one of the most overlooked issues when it comes to pets. It is as important in dogs and cats as it is among humans. Most pet owners don’t even notice any oral discomfort that their pet might be experiencing, which leads to further complications. You might think that your pet is happy and lives a life unbothered by dental concerns, but that is far from reality.

The reason for this goes back to the pet’s ancestry; in the wild, showing pain would make an animal susceptible to attacks. Therefore they try to hide any discomfort. But according to vets, 85 percent of canines over age 4 suffer from some form of gum disease.

Kato Animal Hospital offers the best dental services in Toronto for your pets. The highest percentage of complaints we get about one’s pet’s oral hygiene is bad breath. Although it may seem harmless, more often than not, it is typically one of the symptoms of a severe dental disease known as Periodontal disease.

Periodontal disease can lead to loss of teeth and other severe effects like widespread organ damage. Another dental disease that your pet may be suffering from is Gingivitis. Continuous neglect of oral hygiene can lead to the formation of tartar underneath your pet’s gums that makes the gums red & inflamed and eventually results in Gingivitis.

Your pet may be living a very uncomfortable life, and you might not even know it. Here at Kato Animal Hospital in Toronto, we have all the tools in our arsenal to diagnose and treat your pet’s dental problems that may be as simple as a plaque buildup to as severe as Periodontal disease.

Dental services at our Toronto clinic include:

  • Modern ultrasonic cleaning equipment

  • Digital x-ray equipment

  • Professional subgingival hand scaling by a technician

  • Dental charting

  • Extractions as needed

  • Teeth polishing

Schedule an appointment for your pets’ dental check up with us today!

Signs of Dental Problems in Your Pets:

  • Difficulty eating
  • Drooling
  • Pawing at the teeth or mouth
  • Discharge from the nose
  • Swelling under the eyes
  • Bad breath
  • Tooth discoloration or visible tartar
  • Loose or missing teeth
  • Red, swollen or bleeding gums
  • Weight loss or loss of appetite

 

You can read more about issues related to your pets’ health on our blog.

Digital X-Ray

It would be much simpler if pets could talk like humans and point out what’s bothering them and where it hurts, but that’s not the case. Our modern digital x-ray equipment allows us to get an accurate picture of your pet’s dental situation and get a well-informed diagnosis.

 

With an accurate diagnosis in hand, our team of highly skilled professionals can serve you with the best treatment for your pet’s dental problems in Toronto. Our ultimate goal is to provide the most effective treatment for your pets, which leads to a carefree life for your pet and you.

Ultrasonic Dental Treatments

It would be much simpler if pets could talk like humans and point out what’s bothering them and where it hurts, but that’s not the case. Our modern digital x-ray equipment allows us to get an accurate picture of your pet’s dental situation and get a well-informed diagnosis.

 

With an accurate diagnosis in hand, our team of highly skilled professionals can serve you with the best treatment for your pet’s dental problems in Toronto. Our ultimate goal is to provide the most effective treatment for your pets, which leads to a carefree life for your pet and you. Call Kato Animal Hospital today for dental services and improve your pet’s overall health.

Subgingival Hand-Scaling

This method allows us to remove the subgingival calculus from the tooths’ surface. It is a very meticulous process that eliminates as much debris and inflamed tissue as possible to prevent diseases like Periodontal or Gingivitis.

Tooth Extractions and Re-alignment

Sometimes, your pet may be suffering from Malocclusion, which is a misalignment of the lower and upper jaw. While this may be normal for some breeds, your pet may have difficulty chewing in other extreme cases.

Our professionals can diagnose and evaluate these problems with precision and help your pet by re-aligning, capping, or extracting their teeth if needed. If you feel like your pet is having any difficulty while eating, get in touch with us today for a dental diagnosis.

Is Your Pet Having Difficulty Chewing?

This could be a sign of a much bigger underlying dental problem

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Kato Animal Hospital

2830 Danforth Ave

Toronto, ON, M4C 1M1


Phone: 416-690-2112

Email: katohospital@rogers.com

Service Area

Toronto

Beaches

East York

Scarborough

The GTA

Hours

Monday 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Tuesday 08:00 AM - 08:00 PM

Wednesday 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Thursday 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Friday 08:00 AM - 08:00 PM

Saturday 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM

Sunday Closed

We are closed on statutory holidays.
Saturdays of long weekends we close at noon.

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