Next Teeth Cleaning: Nov. 24, 2020
Teeth Cleaning is Performed by Healthy Pet Smiles
Skipping routine dental cleanings can lead to periodontal disease.
Canine periodontal disease is a bacterial infection caused by the accumulation of plaque and calculus.
Dogs’ teeth need regular deep cleanings to help prevent the progression of plaque and avoid severe periodontitis, which may erode gums, cause chronic pain and lead to bone loss. This infection would require anesthetic treatment.
How Non-Anesthetic Dentals Work for Dogs
We assess each pet’s behavior and the condition their mouth is in to determine if they are candidates for a non‑anesthetic dental cleaning.
Cleaning takes about 45 minutes.
*$50 deposit required for reservation. Deposit will be deducted from final price.
- $165 for small dogs
- $215 for large dogs