Cat and Dog Teeth Cleaning Falcon, CO

Keeping your pet’s healthy means having regular dental check-ups too. For optimum results, we recommend bringing your pet in for a teeth cleaning at least once a year at our practice in Falcon, CO near Colorado Springs. This will allow us to thoroughly examine your pet’s teeth and gums and properly clean them to remove plaque and tartar buildup. We use modern dental equipment and progressive techniques to help us stay on top of your companion animal’s oral health. This is to prevent the onset of periodontal disease which can lead to other more serious health problems. Call us today to schedule an dental visit for your pet in Falcon at (719) 495-1457

Dog Teeth Cleaning in Colorado Springs, CO

Ready for All Pet Dental Situations in Colorado Springs

If your pet already suffers from an existing dental condition, we are prepared to assist in addressing the problem. Whether it’s a thorough examination including digital dental x-rays, an extraction to remove a diseased tooth, or minor oral surgery to correct a more significant issue, we are available to help. Our goal is to have your pet smiling pretty for many years to come!


For more information on cat and dog teeth cleaning and dental care, please visit American Veterinary Dental College, or call us at (719) 495-1457.

Call us at (719) 495-1457 or download our app to schedule your pet's dental care examination!

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Is Anesthesia Safe for My Pet?

Some people are concerned about having their pet anesthetized for a dental procedure. There are always risks with any anesthetic procedure. But, with proper screening, the benefits have proven to be far more beneficial for an otherwise healthy pet. In fact, the American Animal Hospital Association has created guidelines for oral health that includes the appropriate use of anesthesia. For more information, please visit their site to read about the advantages for your pet.

What Dental Products are Safe for My Pet?

To determine what treats, chews, and oral care products are safe for your pets, please visit the Veterinary Oral Health Council to see the list of items that have received the VOHC seal of approval.


If you are looking for quality, compassionate care for your pets, this is the place. I have been a client of Animal Hospital of Falcon for a long time, and these guys are simply the best.

- William T.