Dental Care

Here at your favorite High Point Veterinary Hospital, we consider dental cleaning to be an important factor in your pet’s quality of life. Your pet is as prone to dental disease as you are. (What if you couldn’t brush or floss?!) Tarter, gingivitis and decayed teeth are problems in animals as well. As gingivitis progresses, so does the severity of periodontal disease. This is painful. When your pet eats, their gums bleed and that bacterium is absorbed directly into the blood stream. This can cause serious infections throughout the body. It can affect the liver, kidneys and even the heart. Regular tooth brushing, dental checkups and routine cleaning can add 3 to 5 years to your pet’s life. Ask about VetzLife Oral Gel and the latest product Perio Support – you add to each meal to aid in preventing tarter and plaque buildup. It’s the best tarter preventive that we have seen. Also, check out our Pinterest page for helpful tips and videos.

Our Hospital

At Center Veterinary Hospital we are dedicated to providing the best health care options for you and your pet.

Location Hours
Monday7:30am – 5:30pm
Tuesday7:30am – 5:30pm
Wednesday7:30am – 5:30pm
Thursday7:30am – 5:30pm
Friday7:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday8:00am – 10:00am
SundayClosed

For after hour emergencies call Carolina Veterinary Specialist in Greensboro at 336-632-0605.

Meet Our Team

Meet Dr. Coble and the caring, dedicated professionals at Center Veterinary Hospital!