The vets at Setauket Animal Hospital provide preventive and restorative pet dental health care and dental surgery for cats and dogs.

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Comprehensive Dental Care for Cats & Dogs

Routine dental care is a core component of a pet's oral and overall health, but most pets don't get the care they need to keep their teeth and gums healthy. 

We provide complete dental care for your pet at our veterinary hospital serving East Setauket and the surrounding area, from basic dental exams, teeth cleanings, and polishing, to surgeries.

We also provide dental health education to pet owners about home dental care for their pets. 

Dental Care for Dogs, East Setauket Vet

Dental Surgery for pets in East Setauket and the surrounding area

We understand that finding out that your pet needs dental surgery can be overwhelming. We strive to make this process as stress-free as possible, both for you and for your pet. 

We will do everything possible to make your pet's stay with us comfortable and easy. Before the procedure, we'll go over each step of the procedure, including the preparation and post-operative requirements.

We offer jaw fracture repair surgeries, tooth extractions, and gum disease treatment for dogs and cats.

Cat & Dog Teeth Cleaning & Exams

Your dog or cat should have a dental exam at least once a year. Pets who are more prone to dental problems than others may require more frequent visits.

Setauket Animal Hospital can assess, diagnose and treat dental health problems in cats and dogs. 

FAQs About Pet Dental Care

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions from our clients about pet dental care.

Veterinary Dentistry: Anesthesia & Your Pet's Oral Health

Cats and dogs do not understand what is going on during dental procedures, and will often react to dental procedures by struggling or biting.

Our East Setauket vets provide anesthesia to all of our patients before performing dental procedures, similar to how dentists provide anesthesia to nervous or anxious patients. This reduces stress on the animals while also allowing us to X-ray their mouths as needed.

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