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Mission Veterinary Emergency & Specialty

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Veterinary Dentistry

MVES Pet Dentistry

Specialty veterinary dentist services in Mission, KS

Animal dental specialists can aid with the treatment of mouth-related pet health issues. We partner with Companion Animal Dentistry to provide you specialty care. If you have been referred to a dental specialist or would like to make an appointment, please click below.

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Why Your Pet Should See a Dentist

Regular dental cleaning and maintenance can prevent serious health issues related to the mouth, teeth, and gums. Periodontal diseases are fairly common and potentially harmful to your pet, and can ultimately be avoided or mitigated by incorporating routine dental checkups into your pet’s veterinary care plan. Veterinary dentists provide the following services:

  • Dental cleaning

  • Dental surgery

  • Removal of teeth

  • Gum disease treatment and prevention

  • Mouth-related genetic defect treatment

What to Expect

Our partner veterinary dentists are committed to providing the highest quality of care possible. Mission Veterinary Emergency & Specialty provides a variety of tools to diagnose and treat any dental health issues that may arise. The list below details some of the procedures we perform and offer to dogs and cats, and what you can expect when you bring your pet in for either a routine checkup or a specific dental health issue.

Lab evaluations and blood work

We can run tests and blood analysis in order to pinpoint the specific dental issue problem that your pet may be facing, along with any additional problems that may have been missed by your regular veterinarian.

Dental X-rays

Our advanced imaging systems help our team quickly and accurately diagnose any mouth-related health issue in animals.

General anesthesia for both exams and treatments

Anesthesia is required for most regular dental cleaning as well as for other specialized procedures that we may perform. Our veterinary dentistry team is trained to effectively and safely administer local and general anesthesia to pets.


It is often necessary to use medication to treat ongoing or acute mouth-related health problems. Our pharmacy can provide prescribed medications to help ease the symptoms or causes of your pet’s dental health issue.

Our hospital strives to remain on the forefront of veterinary dental medicine through providing continuing education and maintaining state-of-the-art facilities and practices. To learn more about our veterinary dentistry team and what they have to offer, click below.

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