Dog Dental Care...discover the benefits of Non-Anesthetic Teeth Cleaning for your pets! A number of years ago Marley & I were at the vet when we came across some information on non-anesthetic teeth cleaning for pets. Similar to my experience with healthy pet food, I realized I was not paying proper attention to Marley’s dental health. I certainly have my own teeth cleaned twice a year, so why would I ignore having Marley’s cleaned as well?
Of course I want to give her the best possible care and prolong her life; in doing some research I learned that being proactive and taking preventative measures such as brushing her teeth and having them professionally cleaned could add 3 to 5 years to her life and avoid costly bills due to periodontal disease.
Today I brush Marley’s teeth at least 3 times a week and have them professionally cleaned twice a year.
Did you know 85% of dogs & cats over the age of 2 have periodontal (gum) disease? Gingivitis, fractured teeth, gum recession & even loss of teeth that can arise from untreated necessary dental care. Dental disease can not only cause oral pain and bad breath, the bacteria present can go deep into the gum tissue, into the root of the tooth and then into the blood stream. Bad breath can be an indicator to infection, which will lead to heart, liver & kidney failure.
The good news is with proper treatment you can easily prolong your loved one's life by 3 to 5 years. Non-electric sterilized scalars are used both above and below the gum line. Plaque and tartar are removed by cleaning the inner and outer surfaces of the teeth prior to rinsing and polishing.
Make healthy dog dental care a part of your pet's annual health care routine...set up an appointment with a Non-Anesthesia Dental Service Provider today!
Rancho Viejo Animal Hospital
27702 Crown Valley Pkwy
Ladera Ranch, CA 92694
Dental health is vitally important to your pet's overall health and well-being. We have a brand new dental machine which allows us to scale and polish your pet's teeth in a manner very similar to what your dentist uses. We will then be able to assess your pet's teeth and gums for any underlying problems. We also use a digital dental x-ray system which helps us make sure that your pet's teeth are healthy all the way to the root. Learn more about our Pet Dental Services in Saddleback Valley by giving us a call during normal business hours.
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