Surgical Dentistry

At Mediapolis Veterinary Clinic, we have years of experience providing pet owners in Mediapolis, IA with reliable veterinary care. This includes pet dental care, tooth extraction, oral surgery, and more. Our veterinarians, Dr. Wendy Thomas and Dr. Seth Hartter will assess your pet’s dental health and provide the necessary dental care services. If you are not sure about your pet's oral health, let us take a look and address any problems that they may be having to improve their quality of life.


Oral Surgery Can Bring Better Dental Health

Oral surgery can help pets live better lives. If your pet has problems with their teeth, it can be difficult for them to eat or drink properly. They could also get an infection that could spread to other parts of the body. Avoiding that is the goal, and when you get your pet's dental issues treated it's easier to make sure they're feeling well and able to eat and drink normally again. If necessary Dr. Wendy Thomas and Dr. Seth Hatter will perform oral surgery to restore your pet’s health.

Tooth Extraction May be the Right Choice for Pain Relief

If your pet is in pain from tooth problems, tooth extraction may be the most effective course of action. If tooth problems are negatively impacting your pet’s quality of life, a tooth extraction will allow your pet to eat better and feel more comfortable. They may also be less aggressive or lethargic since they won't be suffering from discomfort. Anyone who's needed to have a tooth extracted knows that it generally doesn't feel good to have a toothache, and getting a bad tooth removed can lead to feeling better pretty quickly. Your pet will likely have the same experience.

Contact our Veterinarian in Mediapolis, IA for Pet Dental Care

Dr. Wendy Thomas and Dr. Seth Hartter are dedicated veterinarians who are committed to the health of your pets. When dental problems appear, oral surgery and tooth extraction options are available. For more information on pet dental care or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian, call Mediapolis Veterinary Clinic today at (319) 394-3108.