Did you know?
75-85% of pets over the age of 3 have dental disease!
Dogs and cats are not supposed to have bad breath. They have bad breath because they do not brush their teeth, and then develop dental disease as a consequence. Brushing your pet's teeth is beneficial for both your pet and your pocketbook. Advanced dental disease can be costly, not to mention painful to your pet. If you are unable to brush your pet's teeth daily, consider having a thorough dental cleaning performed once a year to help maintain oral health.
Dr. Robert Baratt is a veterinary dentist. He was certified as a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry in 2009, and has completed the credentials requirements for board certification by the American Veterinary Dental College. Dr. Baratt is fully equipped and trained in all aspects of small animal dentistry and maxillofacial surgery.
- Maxillofacial trauma (jaw fractures), including titanium miniplate fixation
- Maxillofacial oncologic surgery (surgical treatment of oral tumors)
- Orthodontic procedures
- Endodontic procedures, including standard and surgical root canal therapy
- Periodontal surgery, including guided tissue regeneration
- Restorative dentistry
- Surgical extraction of teeth
- Prosthodontics (crowns and bridges)