Non-Anesthetic Teeth Cleaning Is The Way To Go
All the information you need to know about Pet Teeth Cleaning
Its Ultrasonic and NO anesthesia is used!
Our Smile Specialist offers a safe alternative to provide oral care for your pet without the use of general anesthesia. The procedure is kind and gentle and your pet remains alert and comfortable throughout the short procedure.
Dental hygiene is as important for your pet as it is for you and cleaning your pet’s teeth is vital to their health. Poor oral hygiene has been linked to internal disorders, as well as heart, kidney and liver diseases. Most pets require a cleaning every six months.
Why is Smile Specialist Veterinary Supervised?
Teeth cleaning is a medical procedure. California & Florida State Law requires on-site supervision of a licensed veterinarian during the process of teeth cleaning.
Certain grooming shops and pet businesses offer “Anesthesia-Free teeth cleaning” but have NO veterinarian on the premises. Those teeth cleaners typically use a hand scraping tool, which provides a “clean look” which is simply cosmetic. To compound the superficial results, hand scrapers damage the enamel, creating a rough surface on the tooth, which will eventually create another problem of attracting more tarter.
Smile Specialist provides a legal, safe, effective and low cost alternative to traditional anesthetic teeth cleaning. We use a state of the art ultrasonic machine, which is the same instrument used in most veterinary offices during anesthetic cleanings. Our veterinarian performs an oral exam prior to the cleaning in order to gain knowledge about the general oral health of your pet. There are no costly blood tests to perform prior to non-anesthetic dental cleanings. Smile Specialist does not put your pet under anesthesia!
Most pets are very cooperative during our technique. We have provided our services to thousands of animals and feel confident that you will be very pleased with our result.
Please call 800-718-8597 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions or to make an appointment.