Pets’ medical history dictates if they are good candidates for non-anesthetic dental cleanings
Health and behavioral issues come into play when declining a pet for a non-anesthetic dental cleaning.
The calmer a dog is during a non-anesthetic dental cleaning, the safer the procedure will be.
It’s always safety first with HealthySmiles dental cleanings, and there are some risks pet owners should be aware of when they’re booking an appointment.
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These dental chews and treats are recommended by HealthySmiles Vet Technician experts. These can be given to dogs between dental cleanings to help maintain the results.
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How do you know when your dog or cat needs a dental cleaning?
How do you decide which procedure is right for your pet?
Did you know that periodontitis is the most common disease of animals? Yet it often gets confused with gingivitis.
For patients with periodontal disease, the treatment goal is the removal of plaque and calculus from the teeth.
‘Anesthesia-free teeth cleaning’ is another common phrase used by veterinarians and pet parents!