Routine dental care is just as important for your pet as it is for you and your family.
Despite what many people think, stinky breath is not normal for pets. It is a sign of dental disease and could mean that your beloved companion is in pain. Unfortunately, animals are masters when it comes to hiding signs of discomfort. And because of this, many animal owners remain unaware of the problems lurking inside their pets’ mouths until they become serious.

Routine dental care keeps that dreaded dog or cat breath at bay while protecting your beloved companion from discomfort, pain, and infections. At Heritage Animal Hospital, we provide professional pet dental care in Sterling, Virginia, and are here to help you maintain your dog or cat’s oral health.

The Importance of Pet Dentistry

Without proper dental care from a veterinarian, most dogs and cats experience some form of periodontal disease. Even minor issues can lead to discomfort, difficulty eating, pain, infections, and behavioral changes when left untreated. Infections in the oral cavity can even enter the bloodstream and damage the heart, kidneys, and liver. Sadly, untreated periodontal disease is a leading cause of premature death in companion animals.

Pet Dental Care in Sterling

Here at Heritage Animal Hospital, we provide comprehensive pet dental care in Sterling. Our veterinarians take digital dental x-rays, perform exams, and clean the teeth above and below the gumline. They also perform extractions when needed.

Aside from brief visual exams performed during wellness appointments, all dental services are performed while the patient is under anesthesia. This ensures the comfort and safety of your pet while allowing our team to do a thorough job. All pets are monitored closely to ensure their well-being every step of the way.

If your pet is due for dental care in Sterling, Virginia, or the surrounding areas, contact us today to schedule an appointment.
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Veterinarian in Sterling

Heritage Animal Hospital provides pet dental care for dogs and cats in Sterling, Herndon, Sterling Park, Countryside, Potomac Falls, Ashburn, Reston, and the surrounding areas.
Located in Sterling, Virginia, we provide high-quality veterinary care.
Hospital Hours
Mon - Sat: 8am - 7pm
Sun: 12pm - 6pm

Holiday Hours
December 25th: Closed
January 1st: Closed