Cat Teeth Cleaning in Altamonte Springs, FL

Let Us Give Your Cat a Healthy and Happy Smile!

Cats, like humans, need regular dental checkups and cleanings to ensure they maintain optimum oral health. At Westmonte Animal Clinic, we take pride in providing comprehensive cat teeth cleaning services. Our goal is to help keep your feline friend's teeth and gums healthy and their breath fresh.

Dental disease in cats can lead to various health problems, such as periodontal disease, tooth decay, and infections that can impact the heart, liver, and kidneys. Our dental care routine involves gently lifting the gum line to remove plaque and tartar that contribute to these health issues. Our highly experienced team, led by Dr. Lisa Matagrano, leverages cutting-edge technology to ensure the dental health of your cat.

Remember, a clean cat is a purr-fectly happy cat! Regular teeth cleaning not only prevents dental disease but significantly contributes to your cat's overall well-being and lifespan.

Highlights of Our Professional Dental Cleaning Services:

  • Comprehensive oral examinations

  • Plaque and tartar removal

  • High-speed tooth polishing

  • Post-cleaning monitoring

  • Guidance on maintaining dental hygiene

  • Personalized dental care advice

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Unlocking the Benefits of Professional Cat Teeth Cleaning

At Westmonte Animal Clinic, we understand that your cat's health is your top priority. Our cat teeth cleaning services are not just about enhancing your pet's smile but also boosting their overall health and lifespan. Discover the lasting benefits of consistent dental care for your feline friend.

Prevents Dental Disease

Regular professional teeth cleanings can help prevent gum disease, tooth loss, and other dental conditions.

Improves Overall Health

Clean teeth can ward off potential infections, contributing to your cat's heart, liver, and kidney health.

Elevates Quality of Life

With proper dental care, your cat can enjoy a joyful lifestyle without the downsides of dental disease.

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Identifying the Signs of Dental Disease in Your Cat

Being vigilant about signs of dental disease is vital for cat owners. As our cats can't express their discomfort verbally, it falls upon us to watch out for the signs. Regular dental check-ups are crucial, but you should also look out for the following symptoms between visits:

  • Bad Breath: While a cat's breath isn't expected to smell minty fresh, unusually bad breath could be a sign of dental disease.
  • Plaque and Tartar Build-Up: Look for brownish-yellow deposits along the gum line. This is tartar which can lead to severe dental issues if not removed.
  • Red, Swollen, or Bleeding Gums: This could indicate gingivitis or other periodontal diseases.
  • Difficulty Eating or Dropping Food: If your cat seems to have trouble chewing or drops food while eating, they might be experiencing dental pain.
  • Excessive Drooling: Some cats may drool more than usual or suddenly begin drooling, which could indicate dental issues.
  • Pawing at the Mouth or Face-Rubbing: If your cat frequently paws at their mouth or rubs their face against objects, this could be a sign of oral discomfort.

If you notice any of these signs, don't wait until your cat's next scheduled check-up – reach out to us to schedule a dental exam. Regular professional cleanings and consistent at-home care can prevent most cases of dental disease, contributing to your cat's overall health and happiness.

Step-by-Step Guide to Our Dental Procedure

We believe in transparency and ensuring you're well-informed about our cat teeth cleaning process. Here's a brief rundown of our professional cleaning process, designed to provide the best care and comfort for your furry companion.

Pre-Anesthetic Examination

General Anesthesia

Teeth Scaling

Teeth Polishing

Post-Procedure Monitoring

At-Home Dental Care Tips

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Our Reviews

Catherine Shea

Dr. Lisa is amazing. The staff is also top notch. Caring and gentle. They are so good with Annie (cat) that I will be bring her sister in eventually.


Upon entering Westmonte I felt so welcomed- the staff all care 100%, everyone is personable and professional, and there is a true warmth to their care. They followed up personally and even sent a lovely card in the mail. Highly recommend!

Lindsey Blair

My poor baby was sick, and Dr. Matagrano was compassionate, patient, and answered all my questions. Now Snowball is on her way to good health, all thanks to this incredible team. Thank you!!


They took great care of my kitty cat and you can tell they genuinely care for the animals they treat. I’m happy to have found an awesome vet I can count on! I’ll be back here for all my kitty vet trips. 🙂