Preparing For Your Pet's Dental Procedure
What to expect during your pet's procedure with us:
All Animal Dental Center facilities offer our patients safe individualized anesthetic procedures utilizing state-of-the-art dental instrumentation and equipment. The following helps illustrate what steps for preparing pets dental procedure:
Patient History / Physical Exam
Pre-Op Testing Completed
Advanced Patient Monitoring
Customized Anesthesia Protocol
Vital Signs Monitoring
Pet Food & Water Guidelines
For all scheduled procedures, please do not feed your pet within 12 hours of the procedure appointment. Water can be given as usual, and you may continue to give any medication prescribed by your veterinarian.
If you have an appointment for a consultation followed by a procedure, please do not feed your pet within 12 hours of the procedure appointment. This generally means no food / treats after 8PM the night before. Water can be given as usual, and you may continue to give any medication prescribed by your veterinarian.
If you have an appointment for a consultation / examination only (you do not wish to schedule the procedure on the same day), there are no special considerations for feeding or allowing water the morning of your appointment. While our team always contacts your primary veterinarian for all patient records, please bring any x-rays / laboratory tests that your veterinarian has given you.