Emmi-Pet Ultrasonic Teeth Cleaning
Dental problems are very common to animals. Even attentive pet owners often miss the fact that the dog or the cat suffers from painful diseases of the teeth. Even dogs are often affected by tartar and painful gingivitis. Animals cannot communicate when they are plagued by severe toothache. Therefor preventative care is a must. The dental care of the dog should be as important to you as your own.
Veterinarians point out that 80 percent of all dogs over the age of three require dental or gum treatment. The diagnosis here is tartar, gingivitis and periodontitis, which can lead to tooth loss.
Dental problems for dogs and humans are similar. Plaque can form on the teeth. After food intake, food remains in the mouth of the dogs, providing an optimal breeding ground for harmful bacteria. If this plaque is not removed by a comprehensive canine dental care, the plaque solidifies gradually by the interaction with individual salivary constituents to tartar. Painful gingivitis and periodontitis can develop as a result. If the dog smells unpleasantly from the mouth or denies the food, the causes are usually to be found in dental diseases.
1st Appointment £30 including your dogs own toothbrush head
Follow up appointments £15 for 30 mins