Non- Anesthetic Dental Cleaning

Non- Anesthetic Dental Cleaning

Many of us wonder why our pets have bad breath.  Due to the accumulation of plaque, tartar, and bacteria Periodontal Disease will start.  When a Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleaning procedure is done every 4-6 months it can prevent many problems that start to occur in your pets mouth. A Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleaning is a procedure that is used  to remove plaque and tartar from your pets teeth. This will help keep teeth clean and healthy throughout your pets life.  At the request of many of our clients, we decided to start offering Non-Anesthetic Pet Dental Cleanings (NAD) every Tuesday at Lollipaws. Please contact us to schedule your dental cleaning. 

Benefits of NADS

  • Preventative measure for gingivitis, periodontal diseases, and other oral health complications.
  • No need for anesthesia, which eliminates the risk of complications.
  • A more better comfortable experience for your pet.
  • No medications.
  • Same-day results, allowing for early detection and treatment of dental issues.
  • Cost-effective

If your pet has any of the following conditions he/she may not be a candidate for Non-Anesthetic Dentals.

  • History of back or neck injuries/ surgery
  • Heart conditions
  • Enlarged Heart
  • Respiratory Conditions
  • Irregular heart beat
  • Uncontrolled Seizures
  • Advanced Collapsed Trachea
  • Fracture
  • Ear infection
  • Advanced Diabetes
  • Behavioral Issues
  • Fleas
  • Any current Contagious Condition
  • Advanced Periodontal Disease
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What is Canine Periodontal Disease?

Canine periodontal disease is a bacterial infection caused by the accumulation of plaque and calculus. It begins as gingivitis, swollen and red gums that may bleed.
Periodontitis indicates bone loss. As it progresses may cause painful teeth and internal diseases.
Canine Periodontal disease signs include bad breath, yellow-brown crust around gum line, bleeding gums, pain when eating , pawing at the mouth, change of chewing or eating habits, tooth loss and excessive drooling.