Pet Dental Care & Therapy in
Chicago's South Loop

Pet oral health is a lot like our own. It requires daily brushing as well as professional cleanings by dental experts. However, pet dental care often slips out of focus, and if left untreated, it causes your pet pain and affects their overall health. To keep your pet from dental complications, we recommend regular periodontal therapy both professionally and at home.

Year-Round Dental Discount for New Clients

Did you know that we offer 10% off our dental services for new clients and newly-diagnosed pets throughout the year?
Call today for more information and to schedule your pet's next dental appointment with us.


About two-thirds of your pet’s tooth lies below the gum line, which requires us to place your pet under general anesthesia. With your pet safely sedated, our skilled team provides periodontal therapy that cleans and polishes the whole tooth.. A typical dental therapy procedure includes:

  • Scaling and polishing of each tooth
  • Digital dental radiography to examine the roots
  • Extractions, or removal, of diseased teeth as needed
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After any periodontal therapy procedure, we'll discuss how you can set up an at-home pet dental care routine. Every patient is sent home with instructions and a toothbrush and paste to help get you started with at-home care. We also talk to you about the following topics.

  • Helping you establish a daily routine for brushing.
  • What to do if brushing doesn't work. There is a wide range of products such as dental chews and water additives that can help keep your pet’s teeth healthy.
  • Choosing appropriate dental products such as those approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council. VOHC-approved products can be trusted to do just as they claim, so you know what to expect for your pet’s oral health.
  • Answering any questions or concerns you may have about our periodontal therapy and pet dental care.

Schedule your pet’s periodontal therapy appointment today to keep their mouth and whole health in optimal condition.


South Loop Animal Hospital

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