It’s precisely what you imagine:
A pet teeth cleaning without anesthesia that takes a 5-step approach.
First, we gently swaddle your pet to ensure it feels safe. Then, we begin the dental cleaning by removing the plaque and calculus on your pet’s teeth. We further clean the bacteria under the gum line and finish by polishing, wiping, and rinsing the mouth.
Our non-anesthetic dentals help reduce the risk of bacterial infections such as periodontal disease, which adversely affects your pet’s overall health, causing chronic pain, gum inflammation and, in severe cases, bone loss and organ failure.
To avoid these health risks, your pet should have a deep dental cleaning every 6 months.
Given that our dental cleanings are anesthesia-free, and do not require a recovery period where your pet would need to come out of the anesthesia, the cleaning takes approximately 60 minutes.Book an Appointment
Anesthetic dental cleanings are required for severe periodontal disease. Also, when teeth need to be extracted, the use of sedation is required to avoid severe pain.
Here’s a breakdown of the main differences between each.
Dogs and cats have different health considerations. Learn how we approach cleaning their teeth.
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