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Lone Tree, Colorado (303) 708‑8050 Open 6 Days a Week

Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center

“We believe that all pets deserve to have a good life.”


Comprehensive oral care is essential for your pet’s overall health and comfort. Without proper attention to your pet’s teeth and gums, serious problems can develop causing pain, tooth loss, infection, and systemic illnesses. Tartar build-up, bad breath, red or swollen gums, tooth decay, and tooth loss are all signs of pet dental disease and can start early on in your pet’s life. Regular dental care will help prevent these problems from developing and affecting your pet’s overall health.

Our expert medical team at Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center provides a wide variety of dental care services and has experience with even the most complicated procedures.

Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center

Comprehensive Oral Care for Pets

Our dental services include comprehensive oral exams, full mouth digital imaging and x-rays, dental cleaning and polishing, extractions, and growth removals. We utilize modern dental technology and protocols to make sure your pet receives the best possible oral care.

Puppy getting their teeth cleaned

Additionally, our team of veterinarians and technicians are certified to perform many advanced procedures. Along with our veterinarian, a veterinary hygienist and veterinary anesthetist are assigned to each dental procedure, and all procedures are performed under proper sedation and anesthesia.

Preventive Pet Dental Care Is Key

Home dental care plays an important role in preventing tooth and gum problems, as well as reducing the number of dental cleanings your pet may need throughout its life. Consistency is key. Daily tooth brushing, regular checkups, and routine teeth cleanings when needed all contribute to a healthy, pain-free smile. Preventive dental care will also help you avoid expensive problems down the road.

Check out our video on how to brush your pet's teeth.

How to Brush Your Pet's Teeth

If you notice signs of dental problems in your pet, such as persistent bad breath, tartar, or difficulty eating, please contact us. We are here to help! Learn more about oral care for pets here.