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Deep dental cleanings prevent periodontal disease

Bacteria in a dog or cat’s mouth accumulates quickly, forming plaque and calculus on their teeth. Once advanced, it leads to inflamed gums, destroyed tissue and bone loss.

This type of bacterial infection is called periodontal disease. Although you may brush your pet's teeth, it doesn't limit bacteria from growing beneath the gum line. The best way to prevent dental disease is by getting your pet regular, professional dental cleanings.

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1. We Evaluate your Pet’s Mouth

We do a free evaluation of your pet’s teeth and mouth to identify any health concerns. We also personalize each dental to match their age and behavior.

2. We Deep Clean their Teeth

We first remove the plaque and calculus on the surface of your pet’s teeth. Then, we clean all the bacteria under the gum line and finish with a polish, wipe, and rinse.

3. You Receive Before and After Photos

Once the dental is done, we fill out a dental form with our findings and send it to your email along with before and after pictures of your pet’s teeth

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downtown orlando
 nov 10th
407-286-2695


Dr phillips
nov 11th
407-816-7387


waterford lakes
nov 12th
407-745-4247