If you're considering scheduling a dental cleaning for your dog, it's helpful to understand the process and what to expect. Here is an overview of the steps involved in a typical dental cleaning
Understanding the Dog Dental Cleaning Process
Before the cleaning process begins, we will examine your dog's mouth and teeth to assess their dental health and identify any potential issues. This may include checking for signs of gum disease, tooth decay, or other problems.
Depending on the specific needs of your dog and the complexity of the cleaning, We will quote you the price to have the dental cleaning done. If you are interested in having it done. We can provide you a deep dental cleaning the same day for a great price and no anesthesia needed!
During the scaling process, plaque and tartar are removed from your dog's teeth using specialized tools. This helps to prevent gum disease and other dental problems. Once the scaling is complete, your dog's teeth will be polished to smooth out any rough or jagged edges. This helps to prevent plaque and tartar from building up in the future
The final step of the cleaning process involves flushing out your dog's mouth to remove any remaining debris. This helps to freshen their breath and ensure that their mouth is clean and healthy.
After the cleaning is complete, the dental hygienist will examine your dog's mouth and teeth again to ensure that the cleaning was successful and to identify any potential issues that may need further attention. We also provide you with Before and After photos and videos as well as a full report.
We will help you to achieve a clean and healthy smile for your dog.