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Pet Teeth Extractions
in Oak Park, CA

Serving All of Oak Park, Thousand Oaks, Agoura Hills & More!

With a strong background in veterinary medicine, Dr. Ahrabi has the experience needed to perform your pet’s tooth extraction. At Kanan Veterinary Hospital, you can be confident that your pet is in the best hands. To learn more, call us today at 818-532-7434 to schedule an appointment for your pet’s tooth extraction today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Does My Pet Need a Tooth Extraction?

Veterinary tooth extractions are a common dental procedure for a number of reasons. Dr. Ahrabi, your Oak Park veterinarian may recommend your pet have their tooth extracted due to tooth resorption, an unsalvageable tooth fracture, or in cases of severe gum disease. We understand that each animal and each case is unique. When you bring your pet in for a visit, we will work with you to determine the best treatment plan for your family.

What Do Tooth Extractions Involve?

As with humans, not all canine dental extractions are the same. Every tooth and every situation is unique. Some very loose teeth are easily extracted in one motion. Other cases can require a longer surgery. We will discuss your pet’s specific case with you so you know what to expect. The good news is that pets typically recover very quickly from a tooth extraction. They may have minor oral discomfort and temporary bleeding, but the vast majority of tooth extractions are completed without any complications, and your pet will quickly be feeling even better than before.

Will My Pet Feel Pain?

Not too much! During the procedure, we can use both local and general anesthesia, so your pet will be comfortably asleep as we remove the tooth. We will also administer anti-inflammatory medication to reduce swelling & inflammation after the procedure as long as your pet is able to receive these medications.

Can My Pet Eat After Surgery?

Yes! Thanks to pain medications, most pets recover with minimal discomfort and are back to themselves in no time. Most pets will eat the day of the procedure or the following day. We do recommend feeding your pet soft food until healing is complete. Make sure you schedule a follow-up visit to ensure your pet is healing properly.

Schedule an Appointment for a Veterinary Dental Consultation Today.

We look forward to hearing from you, and we are happy to help with any questions or concerns you might have about your pet’s dental health in Oak Park. Schedule an appointment for a pet dental consultation today. Call us at 818-532-7434!

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