Animal Dentistry is an important part of keeping your pet healthy. Anne Luther, DVM leads the Sarasota Animal Medical Center by combining compassionate care with the latest in medical and surgical services in animal dentistry. Regularly providing veterinary dental care, will result in the best overall health of your pet.
At Sarasota Animal Medical Center, our simple goal is to make your pet comfortable while cleaning and checking their teeth. Our gentle approach to animal dentistry lets your pet know that we are here to help. In many cases, owners are unaware that their pet have oral problems.
Abscessed or broken teeth, oral tumors, gum disease, and many other oral problems commonly affect our pets. These conditions are painful, and may give off a foul odor. Studies have shown that dental disease is the most common medical problem affecting our pets. Dogs and cats frequently develop tartar buildup, gingivitis, periodontal disease, cavities, and many other problems in their mouth. This leads to infection in their mouth which can spread to other organs, cause pain when eating and bad breath
Sometimes oral and dental problem go undetected for years, slowly deteriorating your pet’s health. Your pet may be in pain but unable to communicate in a way that lets you know what is troubling them. Dr. Luther will thoroughly examine your pet to see if there are any problems Catching an issue at an early stage will prevent more serious illnesses.
A pet brings a lifetime of unconditional love, joy, and memories. At the Sarasota Animal Medical Center our standards are high because we understand how important your pet is to you.
Sarasota Animal Medical Center offers pet vaccinations along with Conventional and Natural Holistic Veterinary Care services throughout the area including:
Manatee County – Anna Maria, Longboat Key, Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Holmes Beach, Palmetto, and surrounding towns.Sarasota County – Sarasota, Siesta Key, Venice, North Port, Osprey, Nokomis, Englewood, and surrounding towns.