Dentistry

The Floreat Vet is fully equipped to carry out dental surgery on site. With our full suite of IM3 dental equipment, including the atraumatic VetTome and a state of the art Dental XRay machine, we prioritise the safety and comfort of your cat or dog while addressing their dental concerns.

Our Animals can’t tell us, and it often won’t stop them from eating, but poor dental health can greatly affect your cat or dog. Signs of bad oral health in pets include:

  • Halitosis (bad breath)

  • Red, swollen and bleeding gums

  • Stained teeth

  • Excessive or unusual drooling

  • Avoidance of certain foods, especially hard foods

If left uncleaned, your pet’s teeth can rapidly develop tooth decay, major gum disease and jaw conditions. This may include severe gingivitis and the need for urgent tooth extraction.

Since 1988, The Floreat Vet has offered a professional services like surgery, dentistry, radiology and puppy school. 

Open Hours

Monday to Friday: 7am – 7pm 
Saturday: 8am – 1pm 
Closed Sundays and Public Holidays

 

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