Understanding the importance of Dog Dental Cleaning.

Health & Well-Being

Health & Well-Being

As a dog owner, it's important to prioritize your furry friend's overall health and well-being. This includes taking care of their teeth and gums, as dental issues can lead to a variety of health problems. One of the most effective ways to do this is through regular dental cleanings, also known as prophylaxis. It's important to note that dental cleanings should be done by a professional, We have the necessary tools and experience to properly clean your dog's teeth and address any potential issues.

Remove Plaque & Tartar

Remove Plaque & Tartar

Dental cleanings involve removing plaque and tartar from a dog's teeth, as well as polishing and flushing out their mouth. Plaque is a sticky film of bacteria that forms on the teeth, and if left untreated, it can harden into tartar. Tartar can lead to gum disease, which can cause inflammation, pain, and tooth loss. In severe cases, gum disease can even lead to organ damage, as bacteria from the infected mouth can enter the bloodstream and affect other parts of the body.

Prevent Gum Disease

Prevent Gum Disease

In addition to preventing gum disease, dental cleanings can also help prevent bad breath, which can be a sign of dental problems. Clean teeth and gums can also make it easier for your dog to eat and chew their food, which can improve their overall nutrition. It's recommended that dogs receive dental cleanings at least once a year, although some dogs may need them more frequently depending on their individual dental needs. We can help determine the appropriate frequency for your dog.

At Home Brushing!

At Home Brushing!

In addition to professional dental cleanings, there are also ways to help maintain your dog's dental health at home. This can include brushing, which helps to remove plaque and tartar buildup, as well as providing dental chews and treats. It's also important to brush your dog's teeth on a regular basis, using a toothbrush and toothpaste specifically designed for dogs. In conclusion, taking care of your dog's teeth through regular dental cleanings and at-home care is crucial for their overall health and well-being. Don't neglect their dental needs – schedule a dental cleaning with us and make sure to incorporate dental care into your dog's daily routine. Your furry friend will thank you!

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


Our FREE Dental Cleaning Exam 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.


Price Quote:

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!


Scaling & Polish:

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


Mouth Rinse:

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.

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