Affordable Dental Care For Your Pet

Most cats and dogs will develop periodontal disease, which is why access to affordable dental care for pets is essential. At Dr. Kelly’s Surgical Unit, our experienced team of professionals offers routine dental cleanings and extractions at a price Tucson pet owners can afford. Get started with regular cleanings for your dog or cat, or reach out to us to schedule time for an extraction. Let’s work together to keep your pet’s teeth in tip-top shape. 

Expertise For All Pet Dental Care Needs

Dental Cleanings

Preventing periodontal disease in cats and dogs is not a losing battle, even if statistics indicate that most pets will experience it. Regular dental cleanings with the experienced professionals at Dr. Kelly’s Surgical Unit give your cat or dog the best chance at maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Get started at one of our Tucson locations today!


From time to time, dogs and cats require dental extractions — due to fractures, infections or trauma. At Dr. Kelly’s Surgical Unit, we’ve seen it all and we’re prepared to help your pet feel better as fast as we can while offering affordable pricing to pet owners. Find a Tucson location near you and schedule your appointment for an extraction today!

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Tito’s Experience

Tito needed major dental surgery and he came through with flying colors after visiting one of Dr. Kelly’s mobile units. His mom said she appreciated the professional service and called Tito’s care “beyond excellent.” She also loved the affordable prices, as compared to a traditional vet. 

“I would give Dr. Kelly's Mobile Surgical Unit 10 stars if I could! Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for the excellent care that Tito received!”
Tito’s mom, Kay

Warning Signs of Dental Disease

Pets need dental care to live a long and healthy life. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society 80% of dogs and 70% of cats by the age 3 show signs of periodontal disease, which is one of the most common conditions seen in pets today. The problem begins when plaque and tartar are allowed to build up on your pet’s teeth. If your pet is exhibiting any of these signs, they may have serious periodontal disease.

  • Bad breath – one of the first signs of dental disease
  • A yellowish-brown crust of plaque on the teeth near the gum line
  • Visible pus or discharge
  • Red and swollen gums
  • Pain or bleeding when your pet eats or when the mouth or gums are touched
  • Decreased appetite or difficulty eating
  • Drooling
  • Loose or missing teeth
  • Pawing at the mouth