7385 Milliken Ave., St. 140

Rancho Cucamonga,

CA 91730

Tel: (909) 989-3999

Fax: (909) 989-7939

Hospital Hours:

Mon - Fri: 8am - 7pm
Sat: 8am - 2pm
Sun: 9am - 2pm

American Animal Hospital Association Accredited


The Importance of Dentistry
Regular dental care is a must for your pet. Dental disease is the most common medical problem among adult dogs and cats, and many dental problems can be detected during a routine physical exam. Bad breath, discolored teeth and red and swollen gums can be signs of periodontal disease. Dental disease does not just affect the mouth, as bacteria and oral inflammation can also lead to heart, kidney and liver disease.
Our veterinarians recommend regular dental cleanings or other oral treatments, based on your pet’s health.  Each dental procedure begins with a physical exam of your pet, and the use of anesthesia is necessary for any thorough veterinary dental procedure.  This allows our doctors and technicians to complete any needed procedures in the shortest amount of time without causing your pet discomfort, stress or injury. We routinely perform pre-anesthetic testing, utilize the most current anesthetic agents and equipment, and monitor heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure, EKG and body temperature during the entire dental procedure and recovery period.  

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