Your Reliable Vancouver Animal Dental Clinic

It can be easy to forget just how crucial your pet's oral health is, as their mouth is directly linked to the rest of their body in more ways than one. That's why it's important that you have a dentist that can meet their extensive oral needs. At Marine and Fraser Veterinary Clinic, we're proud to serve as your dependable animal dental clinic in Vancouver. Our team regularly treats dogs and cats of all ages.

Whether you've visited us before or this will be your first time, you can rest assured that our entire team will work hard to make your pet's experience as stress-free as possible. From tooth extractions to fluoride treatment, our dental team is here for your pet. Call us or visit our practice in person to schedule your pet's next dental appointment!


Does My Pet Need Veterinary Dentistry?

Even the most experienced pet owners may question if veterinary dentistry is necessary for their pets. However, just as your smile requires daily at-home care and regular dental visits, so does your pet's. Minor oral problems can progress to serious health complications without professional dental care. Our knowledgeable and communicative dental team is more than happy to sit down with you and outline some of the benefits of our Vancouver animal dental clinic, including:

Managing oral diseases: By the time cats and dogs reach three years of age, they're more than likely to have developed dental diseases, like periodontal disease. Professional dental care offers you a way to prevent complications from occurring through thorough dental exams and skilled dental care.

Preventing bad breath: Every pet owner knows how distracting it can be when their pet has bad breath. At Marine and Fraser Veterinary Clinic, we can eliminate bacteria in your pet's mouth that leads to bad breath, so it's easier to get close to them and give them the love they deserve.

Improving overall health: Our practice understands that your pet's smile is directly linked to their overall health. For example, when an infected tooth goes untreated, the bacteria can enter your pet's bloodstream and affect their organs. By bringing in your pet for regular dental exams, you help improve and protect their overall health.

Our Comprehensive Approach to Dentistry

When you bring your cat or dog in for their initial appointment, we'll begin by conducting an extensive examination. Our team will look at the overall condition of their teeth, gums, and jawbones. We'll examine for signs of dental complications like tooth decay and gum disease. Using X-ray technology, we can view their smile on a deeper level to better understand which of our services would be right for them.

Our veterinary dentistry practice's highest priority is your pet's safety. That's why we'll conduct extensive bloodwork before we begin dental work. Your pet's bloodwork gives us valuable information, like if it's safe to administer anesthesia and if they're dealing with an underlying health issue that would make dental work dangerous. If we do find anything that could complicate dental care, we'll sit down with you to discuss potential options.

Catering to Your Pet's Dental Needs

We know how frustrating it can be to visit a veterinarian and have them not offer certain dental treatments. That's why we've improved our dental services over the years to meet your pet's diverse oral needs. Some of our dental treatments and procedures include:

Extractions: At Marine and Fraser Veterinary Clinic, we strive to save your pet's natural teeth whenever possible. However, it may be necessary to extract your pet's tooth to protect their entire smile. By placing your pet under general anesthesia, we can gently extract severely decayed or infected teeth.

Scaling & root planing: If your pet is suffering from the initial stages of gum disease, scaling and root planing is perfect for them. We use special instruments to remove plaque and tartar from below their teeth's gum line and smooth the surface so that their gums can seal properly.

Fluoride treatment: Although your pet's teeth are durable and meant to last decades of repeated use, they're susceptible to damage and decay. Fluoride treatment helps repair and build up their teeth's enamel.

A Vancouver Dog & Cat Dentist for You

If you're looking for a veterinary practice that can meet your pet's routine and complex dental needs, Marine and Fraser Veterinary Clinic is the office for you. Our advanced and seasoned team of veterinary professionals can give your pet the care they need in a friendly environment.

Whether you have a puppy that needs their first dental checkup or a senior cat suffering from gum disease, you can breathe easier knowing they're in good hands. Contact us today to schedule your pet's next appointment with our Vancouver dog and cat dentist!


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Office Hours
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Our Clinic is located at the corner of South East Marine drive and Fraser Street. We have plenty of underground free parking spaces for 2 hrs. which have entrance located at Fraser Street. Free parking is also available at Chester Street

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