Gentle - Compassionate - Patient Dental Cleaning for Dogs & Cats.
Offered only through Veterinarians.
The build-up of tartar in your pet's mouth is a common occurrence and is inevitable unless they get their teeth brushed regularly.
Routine dental check-ups and cleaning will prevent dental disease and bad breath.
Many pets can now have their teeth cleaned without anesthesia!. If left unchecked, tartar accumulation will lead to gingivitis, or inflammation of the gums, which can cause your pet discomfort.
These initial changes, if untreated, will often lead to periodontal disease.
Shows tartar build up before and after cleaning.
Periodontal disease is a condition of gum recession, bacterial infection and loosening of the tooth's vital attachments.
Periodontal disease has been linked to infections of the heart, kidney, liver and urinary bladder in both humans
and animals. In addition to dental cleaning periodontal disease requires special care from your veterinarian.
By adhering to a routine of brushing and dental cleaning to prevent tartar build-up and gingivitis, you reduce the
chance of periodontal disease, and ensures your pet's health.
This procedure is done without anesthesia, however some pets may require mild sedation
to ensure everyone's safety. Talk with your doctor to see if your pet qualifies for this unique method of