Dental Consent Form

Please fill out the Dental Consent Form prior to your pet’s visit with us.

Dental Consent Form

During your pets dental the vet will probe and map all teeth. This enables the vet to identify which teeth may needextracting, which teeth are at risk and which teeth are healthy. In the event your pet requires extractions;

Do you consent to the extraction of a tooth / teeth if necessary?
Would you like us to call you before tooth / teeth extractions?

Please note if you are unable to answer the phone whilst your pet is under anaesthetic we will proceed with the procedure under the surgeons discretion.

Dental X-rays:
As with human dentistry, X-rays are used as a diagnostic tool. These detailed images allow the vet to assess the
roots of the teeth and treat dental disease below the gum line. Many animals can have abnormal teeth that appear
normal on a standard dental examination.
We recommend full mouth dental radiographs for all our patients Studies show that without dental radiographs 30%
of abnormalities can be missed in dogs, and 50% in cats.

Do you consent to whole mouth X-rays?
Do you consent to dental X-rays if necessary?
Estimate: $40 – $220(for one X-ray or full mouth X-rays)

As part of the dental, all of your pets teeth are scaled and polished. The scaling of the teeth removes all calculus and plaque from the tooth surface and importantly from below the gum line. Polishing ensures a smooth surface which slows the re-attachment of tartar to the tooth.

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Opening Hours

Mon-Thurs 8am-8pm
Fri: 8am-7pm
Sat: 9am-4pm
Sun: 10am-12pm
House Calls: Mon-Fri 12pm-4pm

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