Beginning in November 2017, we will start seeing patients by appointment to decrease wait times and better serve our customers.  Please be respectful and show up for an appointment you book so that we don't turn others away.  If you need to cancel and appointment, call us as soon as possible.  Surgeries will still be scheduled by reservation and deposits are strongly recommended.  If we find that people are abusing the appointment system, we will start requiring deposits for those services as well .  Please call 770-679-1730 to schedule and appointment or email us at  Please do not email after 3pm the day before you want an appointment.  You cannot schedule by leaving voice mails, messages on FaceBook or text.

All prices are current as of April 20, 2017


Q. What is included in dental pricing?
Cleaning, polishing, minor simple extractions, an antibiotic injection, 
fluoride treatment,3 days of pain medication to go home, a capstar 
flea treatment and nail trim.

Q. What is not included in pricing? 
Preanesthetic bloodwork(recommended for animals over 5 years of
age--range from $55 to $115), antibiotic prescription, other procedures
such as vaccinations, etc.

Q.  Can you do bloodwork on the day of surgery?
      Not at this time.  You may have labwork done anytime 2 weeks before the 
       surgery date, if done with us.  If you have bloodwork done elsewhere, you
       must email it to us 1 week prior to surgery date if you want us to review it
       before anesthesia.

Q. Do you need an appointment? 
Yes it is required to have an appointment

Q. Do you perform advanced dentistry? 
Unfortunately, we do not offer this service. This includes extractions 
of multiple root teeth that are not already loose.

Q. Do you provide cosmetic dentistry? 
Unfortunately, we do not offer this service

Q. Do you provide dentals on patients that are having sterile surgery (spay, neuter, dewclaw, etc)? 
Unfortunately, we do not offer this service. We can offer, microchipping, vaccinations, deworming, heartworm testing, fecal sampling and other diagnostic testing.

Q. Who do you provide dentals too?
Canines and felines. Unfortunately, we do not offer equine dentistry.
We recommend New South Equine Medicine in Watkinsville for this
service, 706-310-1022
 Importance of Dental care:
  Regular dental care is important because bacteria in a pet's mouth can cause    
  serious damage to internal organs such as the heart, liver, kidneys,         gastrointestinal tract, etc.  The way these bacteria make it to the organs is by       entering the bloodstream through diseased gums.  The gums become 
  diseased secondary to tartar buildup that irritates the gums.  As tartar               accumulates and irritation continues, inflammation sets in and the gum tissue
  begins to recede away from the teeth and then the teeth begin to loosen.  The    
  end result can be loss of the teeth.  In severe circumstances, there can also be  
  pus accumulation around the teeth.

  Gum disease and periodontal disease also causes bad breath, difficulty eating,
   finicky eaters, excessive drooling and pain. The only way to address these
   problems is to clean the tarter from the teeth.  This is accomplished by              
   chipping off the tartar by hand, then using an ultrasonic scaler to remove the
   remainder of the tartar.  The process is not done at that point.  After the scaling,
   the teeth are polished to smooth out defects in the surface caused by the
   scaling process.  This is a very important step that, if not done, will result in
   rapid reaccumulation of the tartar.  Finally, we apply a fluoride treatment to
   further harden the enamel.

   Dentals are frequently required for older pets.  These pets are also the ones
   most likely to have conditions that could make anesthesia more dangerous. 
   For any pet over 5 years of age, we strongly recommend preanesthetic labwork.
   For any pet over 7 years of age, we recommend full diagnostic screening.  This
   cannot be done the same day of surgery.  It should be done no more than 2  
   weeks prior to surgery.  We can perform this testing at any of our clinics.  We
   usually get results within 3 days.  You may also bring labwork done at other
  clinics, provided it was done within 2 weeks of the day of the procedure.
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