Root Planing is a specialized dental procedure performed by veterinarians to address periodontal disease in animals. Periodontal disease is a common oral condition that affects the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. Root planing involves thorough cleaning of the tooth roots and their surfaces to remove bacterial deposits, calculus, and diseased tissue. The procedure aims to eliminate the source of infection and promote healing of the periodontal tissues. It is typically performed under anesthesia to ensure the animal’s comfort and to allow for a detailed examination and precise treatment. Veterinary root planing helps to prevent further progression of periodontal disease, reduces inflammation, and promotes better oral health for animals, ultimately improving their overall well-being.