WARNINGS SIGNS OF GUM DISEASE
When your pet comes in for a dental cleaning, they are put under general anesthesia and closely monitored by our highly trained veterinary technician using their skilled eyes and ears, a stethoscope, EKG and Pulse Ox monitor. The patient’s teeth are ultrasonically scaled (which removes the plaque and tartar), checked for pockets, cavities, fractures, chips, or any other issues. Then the teeth are polished and given a hardening fluoride foam rinse. They will leave the clinic usually the same day with bright, shiny teeth and good smelling breath!