Welcome to Dog Beach Dentistry!

April 12, 2012 Posted by dogbeachvet

Welcome to Southern California Veterinary Dental Specialties.
You can call us directly at (858) 279-2108.

We are committed to the preservation of the oral health of our animal friends by the education of their veterinarians & owners.

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Please click here to review our comprehensive video series about dental care for your pet.


While our mission is to provide specialized veterinary dental health care for our veterinary patients, we are also active participants in the evolving educational processes in veterinary dentistry.

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This includes education for clients seeking our services as well as veterinarians and veterinary technicians who want to become more proficient in veterinary dental health care.

We provide high quality advanced veterinary dental care and oral surgery that will challenge the standards of our profession and provide our clients with a level of service that exceeds expectations.

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats develop gum disease by the age of three years. Periodontal disease is the most common dental condition affecting dogs and cats. Infection and inflammation of the gums and supporting tissues of the teeth are caused by bacteria present in plaque and calculus (tartar).

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The problem begins when plaque and calculus are allowed to build up on a pet’s teeth, especially below the gumline. Bad breath, bleeding and inflammation of the gums, receding gums, loosening and the eventual loss of teeth are characteristic of the condition. Prophylactic treatment to keep the teeth clean is therefore of great importance.

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Your veterinarian may recommend an oral hygiene program that includes regularly brushing your pets’ teeth with a toothpaste formulated for animals.

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Diet is a major factor in the development of plaque and calculus. Soft or sticky foods should therefore be avoided, while certain chewing toys are beneficial. A specially formulated diet with dental benefits (reduced accumulation of plaque and calculus) is now available for dogs.

We are located at 5775 Chesapeake Court, San Diego, CA 92123.

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