COVID-19 UPDATES:

Our lobby is currently closed due to the continuing increase in COVID-19 cases in the State. We know that curbside service is not ideal, but for now, we must persist with curbside check in service only, we ask for your patience, and thank you for you understanding

Due to Covid-19 constraints, we are now referring all euthanasias to Lap of Love (801-396-0368, [email protected]) until further notice.

Due to Covid-19 staffing constraints, we are focusing on routine, preventative care. We are recommending referrals to our wonderful tertiary care facilities for sick and emergent pet workups until further notice.

Pet Dentistry & Dental Radiology

Union Park Veterinary Hospital Services

At UPVH, we believe it’s important for dogs and cats to see a dentist regularly. Your pet’s oral health is directly connected to their overall health.

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Dentistry & Dental Radiology

The veterinary team at UPVH is pleased to offer the following Dentistry and Digital Dental Radiology services. We have a state of the art dental suite and a dental department to address all of your pet’s dental needs.

Scale and Polish
Usually done under anesthesia, this allows our team to clean under the gum-line where periodontal disease is found. This includes polishing the teeth and scaling the gingival pocket (the subgingival space between the gum and the root). Afterward, we will polish your pet’s teeth to smooth enamel scratches that may attract bacteria.
Periodontal Disease Assessment & Treatment

Periodontal disease is nearly universal in dogs and cats, with 80% of dogs and cats being affected by the age of 3 years old. We offer advanced treatment options and comprehensive dental care including extractions if needed.

Oral Surgery
UPVH offers surgical extractions and other minor and major oral surgery for your pet.
Resorptive Lesion and Stomatitis Treatment

Teeth with resorptive lesions are typically extracted, and the gums are then lasered to reduce swelling and expedite healing. Stomatitis treatment may include dental staging, which includes the removal of troublesome teeth, as well as the prescription of certain drugs and laser treatments. To assist reduce the inflammation caused by stomatitis, lasers can be utilized while the patient is awake.

Endodontics and Bonded Sealants
When the pulp (blood supply and nerve) of a tooth is exposed to a fracture, the tooth will become infected and die. To prevent potential discomfort and inflammation, these teeth need to be either extracted or treated with root canal therapy. Root canal therapy involves cleaning, shaping, disinfecting, and filling the inside of a dead or fractured tooth, then restoring the fracture site with a tooth-colored composite. We have extensive training and specialized equipment to properly perform endodontic therapy, including both standard and surgical root canal therapy as well as vital pulp therapy.