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Ke Ola Pets Hospital Ke Ola Pets Hospital

(808) 623‑7387

95-390 Kuahelani Avenue, Suite 1D, Mililani, Oʻahu, HI 96789

keolapets@gmail.com

 

Comprehensive Pet Dental Care

Comprehensive Pet Dental Care

Dogs Holding Toothbrushes

Ke Ola Pet Hospital provides high-quality dental care services to help maintain your furry friend’s oral health. Poor oral hygiene can have a significant impact on your pet’s overall quality of life. Just like their owners, both dogs and cats benefit from regular brushing to keep their teeth clean and to prevent gum disease.

At Ke Ola Pet Hospital, our veterinary dental services are customized based on your pet’s specific oral care needs. If necessary, we offer full-service dental exams, which include an in-depth analysis of your pet’s mouth to check for signs of loose teeth, inflammation, or oral infection.

We carefully clean and brush your pet’s teeth, remove plaque and tartar buildup below the gum line, and provide teeth scaling and polishing to remove stains and to prevent the accumulation of more plaque. If serious issues identified during the dental exam require oral surgery, we perform tooth extractions and other surgical procedures as necessary.

Our experienced team can also show you the best way to brush your pet’s teeth at home and discuss the various types of health treats and dental chews that help maintain good oral health.

Ke Ola Pet Hospital performs professional dental exams using anesthesia to ensure a thorough medical checkup of your pet’s oral cavity without causing them unnecessary pain. Rest assured that we take every precaution to keep your pet safe and comfortable during the procedure.

Cat Holding Toothbrush

Keep in mind, pets are masters at hiding pain and discomfort. If you notice any of the following issues, please bring your pet to Ke Ola Pet Hospital for a dental checkup:

  • Bad breath
  • Loose/broken teeth
  • Abnormal chewing behavior
  • Swollen gums
  • Poor appetite or refusing to eat

If you have questions about your pet’s dental care needs, please call us at (808) 623-7387.