Dog or Cat Oral Surgery in Birmingham, AL
There are quite a few reasons a pet may need oral surgery: to remove growths, repair fractures, or tend to dental defects. When oral surgery is required, we understand you want the most gentle and experienced professionals. Our team at Double Oak Mountain Animal Hospital is here for you and your beloved pet. We will make sure that you understand everything about the procedure, and we will treat your pet like family.
To learn more or schedule a consultation, call us today at (205) 991-5446 .
What Is Oral Surgery?
Oral surgery refers to any surgical procedure performed inside your pet’s mouth and jaw, usually by a trained veterinary dentist. Our team will inspect your pet's teeth, gums, and jaw and thoroughly explain our findings so we can come up with the best possible treatment plan together.
What We Treat:
- Broken Teeth
- Fractured Jaw
- Gum Disease
- Orthodontics and Bite Alignment
- Mouth Tumors
- Mouth Pain
- Inflammation in Mouth
- Tooth Resorption (Loss of Tooth Structure From Within)
Why Does My Pet Need Oral Surgery?
There are many potential reasons why your pet might need oral surgery. They may require growth removal, reparation of oral or dental defects, or reparation of a jaw fracture.
Some oral tumors have no known cause. If oral tumors are detected early, surgical removal may be an option and result in a cure. Jaw fractures from trauma or disease also often require oral surgery to return the dog to a pain-free, happy life.
Is Oral Surgery Safe for My Dog?
Anesthesia is necessary for oral surgery. This allows us to treat your pet while they are immobilized and out of pain. Before anesthesia is delivered, laboratory tests are performed to determine the safest anesthetic protocol for your pet and the specific procedure. Your pet will be closely monitored during and after the procedure.
Schedule an Appointment Today at Double Oak Mountain Animal Hospital in Birmingham, AL
We understand that the idea of surgery for your pet can be overwhelming. Call us today at (205) 991-5446 to schedule an appointment. We will provide all of the information necessary to help you make the best decision for your furry family member.