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Flip the Lip!
Oral health is very important for our pets. At Miracle Hills Animal Hospital, we understand this. Although February is National Dental Health Month, we start our dental awareness and dental specials in December. We start our dental health awareness early in order to give you ample time to get your pet's mouth examined and cleaned.
Approximately 80% of pets over 3 years of age have periodontal disease. These pets are experiencing pain and discomfort, although they will not always show it or they may show it in unconventional ways. This makes it that much more important to have your pet's mouth checked on a regular basis.
To better assist you with your pet's oral health care, we offer Free Oral Health Exams. This is a service that we feel is very important in keeping your pet comfortable. When you bring your pet in for their Oral Health Exam, Dr. Schreiber and his team will examine your pet's mouth and construct a personalized oral health care plan for your pet. This plan will help you get your pet's oral health on track to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. This plan will include options for home oral care and possible a periodontal cleaning if your pet is in need of one.
Save your pet the pain and save yourself from worrying, call us now at 402-492-9022 to schedule a Free Oral Health Exam and let us guide you and your pet to a clean, kissable mouth.
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The dental care process for my dog CoCo was AMAZING! This was the first oral check up for CoCo and the staff was to great about explaining everything to me. They kept me 'in the loop' on all they were doing and how CoCo was handling the process. They truly care about my dog and I couldn't be more appreciative.
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