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Dentistry Your Pet. Our Passion. The Best Medicine.

Austin Veterinary Dentistry

Prioritize Your Pet’s Oral Health

We love to see your pet smile! Keep their smile healthy and happy with regular oral health care from Century Animal Hospital. It’s easy to forget that our pets need dental care too, but our veterinary team is here to help. During your pet’s wellness exams, we’ll take a look at their pearly whites and let you know if we think they could benefit from advanced oral care. Since dental disease is one of the most common diseases afflicting cats and dogs, it’s important that your pet’s mouth is checked regularly. Their oral health has a huge impact on their overall wellness and quality of life!

Book your pet’s next wellness exam with Century Animal Hospital today. Call (512) 894-8599 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.

Protect Your Pet from Dental Disease

Dental, or periodontal disease, is considered the most common disease affecting cats and dogs. It’s easily overlooked by even the most attentive pet parents. At Century Animal Hospital, we’ll help you keep your pet’s teeth healthy for years to come.

Symptoms of dental disease include:

  • Unusually bad breath
  • Blood in your pet’s saliva or water dish
  • Difficulty eating
  • Excessive drooling
  • Loose or missing teeth

If your pet is exhibiting one of more of the above symptoms, don’t delay! Bring your pet in to see your Austin veterinarian so we can get your pet back on the track to good oral health.

The Progression of Periodontal Disease

Pets can contract periodontal disease from an excess accumulation of plaque on their teeth. Plaque in pets is the same as it is in humans; it’s a bacterial film that hardens on the teeth when it dies. Like in humans, regular brushing can dislodge plaque. However, many pets don’t have their teeth brushed regularly, which means it continues to accumulate, with layers and layers of dead plaque building up until it moves below the gum line.

In the early stages, regular brushing and other approved dental care treats can help slow the progression of the plaque accumulation, but only professional dental cleanings completely treat it. Once the plaque and tartar move below the gum line, it can cause infection, pain, and loose teeth. At this point, the dental cleanings we perform under anesthesia can properly remove plaque and restore your pet’s teeth.

Advanced Digital Radiology

At Century Animal Hospital, we are constantly equipped with the latest advancements in oral technology to ensure your pet receives the highest standard of veterinary dental care. As your trusted provider, we understand the importance of digital radiology in determining the status of both the oral and overall health in your pet.

That's why we use advanced dental radiographs; allowing us to see the full extent of any disease and efficiently diagnose areas even below the gum line, exposing fractures, cavities, tumors, and other common signs of decay that most traditional x-rays wouldn't catch.

The advantages of utilizing our advanced dental radiographs to examine your pet's teeth include:

  • Provides high-definition imaging of your pet's entire mouth
  • Detects issues of discolored teeth, fractures, swollen gums, etc
  • Easily shows which teeth or tooth need to be extracted

Thorough Dental Cleanings

As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited practice, Century Animal Hospital is fully equipped to properly monitor your pet under anesthesia while they undergo their dental cleaning. Your Austin veterinarians are highly trained in caring for your pet while they undergo any procedure requiring anesthesia. Your pet will always be safe with us!

We use tools similar to those used by human dentists to scale and polish your pet’s teeth. Once their teeth are clean and plaque-free, we’ll apply an anti-plaque treatment to help protect the teeth from future buildup.

After your pet comes out from under anesthesia, we’ll help you maintain their oral health care. Maintenance is keep to keeping your pet smiling for many years to come!

For questions about dental services at Century Animal Hospital, please call (512) 894-8599 or contact us online for help.

Tail Wagging Reviews

  • “I know that my baby is in good hands when she's here. I've never had a vet that I knew cared so much about not only my animals but also my feelings and input as well. They always take the time to answer any questions and go over all the details.”

    - Karrey Waters
  • “We have been going to CAH for 25 years - even before we actually got our first pup. They guided us all the way, from puppy care, to celebrating the life of our first two as we let them go. When we were ready, we got another dog and of course went back. It ”

    - Ang Schuckle
  • “Love this place...! They take such great care of my Grand Doggy. And they will give him a treat after all of his check ups. They even took him out to releave himself since he is still a puppy.”

    - Anna Ramos
  • “The staff here were incredibly helpful and friendly when my cat was ill. Between appointments she suddenly started vomiting, and they squeezed me in immediately - no wait, all I had to do was get in the car and make the drive.”

    - Eira
  • “Most welcoming, knowledgeable and friendly staff! Always take great care of my dog and ensure that he leaves with everything he needs to maintain his health and wellness. Highly recommend!!”

    - Kevin Ruane

Why Choose Us?

  • Treating Pets Like Family Since 1982
  • Providing the Best Family Friendly Atmosphere
  • The Highest Level of Customer Service
  • Individualized Care Plans for Our Patients
We Put Pets First

Contact our office to schedule an appointment today!