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Teeth Extractions

As with humans, dental care for our pets is important.

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Sometimes, extractions are necessary for dogs and cats

due to severe gum disease, tooth fracture, or tooth resorption.

While it is our goal to save their teeth if possible, it is much better for your pet to be without a tooth than to have a painful or badly infected tooth. Pets do amazingly well with missing teeth, and in most cases, they will feel and act much better once a painful tooth has been removed. If your furry friend needs a tooth extraction in Frisco, TX, let our team help.

How We Support You When You Bring

Your Pet to Us for Dental Care

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Your pet’s comfort and safety are always our top priority, and we support our clients in several ways: 
  • A caring and compassionate team
  • The best veterinary dentist in Frisco
  • State-of-the-art technology
  • Advanced aftercare options

What Do Cat and Dog Extractions Involve?

Procedures to remove a tooth for a dog or cat can vary depending on the specific condition. Prior to any extraction, we will provide a nerve block that will last for several hours to help minimize pain and discomfort. With surgical extractions, we normally make incisions in the adjacent gum tissue to provide access to the tooth. We sometimes need to remove bone as well.

The socket is flushed to remove any debris, and the extraction site is closed. In some cases, we can extract a tooth without an incision or bone removal. Any risk depends on the tooth involved. Dogs and cats do not experience “dry sockets,” and their recovery is typically quick and easy. Aside from some temporary discomfort and minor bleeding, most procedures have no complications, and our patients feel great.

How Will My Cat or Dog Do without Their Teeth?

Your pet will do fine! Many of our clients are concerned about their pet not being able to eat after a tooth (or teeth) has been extracted. Most likely, your pet was not using any painful teeth anyway! Even after surgery, most pets will eat without a problem, even the night of the procedure.
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Pet Teeth Extractions in Frisco, TX

At PetNest Animal Hospital, we understand how much you love your pet. No matter the reason for your visit, we will make sure your pet receives the best care available from professionals who truly care. To learn more about veterinary dentistry and cat or dog teeth extractions in Frisco, or to make an appointment, call us today at (469) 956-6100.

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PetNest Animal Hospital performs teeth extractions for pets in Frisco, Aubrey, McKinney, Plano, Prosper, Allen, Carrollton, Little Elm, and the surrounding areas.
PetNest Animal Hospital performs teeth extractions for pets in Frisco, Aubrey, McKinney, Plano, Prosper, Allen, Carrollton, Little Elm, and the surrounding areas.
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Phone Number

Phone Number

(469) 956-6100
Email

Email

info@petnestanimalhospital.com
Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Monday: 8:30am-6:30pm

Tuesday: 8:30 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday: 8:30am-6:30pm

Thursday: 8:30am-6:30pm

Friday: 8:30am-6:30pm

Saturday: 8:30am-2:30pm

Sunday: CLOSED
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