Ultrasonic Teeth Brushing First app

Initial session includes your dogs own brush, helps to prevent disease

  • 30 minutes
  • 35 British pounds
  • Hutton-le-Hole

Service Description

Ultrasonic teeth brushing for dogs. Here is how it works: Protects your pet from oral disease and tooth loss. A regularly scheduled oral hygiene routine is the best way to protect your pet's dental health. We use an ultrasound toothbrush (each dog has their own personal toothbrush) and a specially formulated ultrasound toothpaste. Ultrasound reaches deep below the gum line to kill germs and bacteria and cleans the teeth and gums to prevent the build up of plaque and tartar. At the same time it increases the blood flow to the gums to heal wounds and stop bleeding. Effectively combats: • Gingivitis and periodontitis • Oral cavity diseases • Plaque and tartar build up • Bad breath It is estimated that by the time they are 2 years old, 80% of dogs begin to show signs of oral disease. By using ultrasound tooth cleaning as part of a regularly scheduled routine, you can avoid taking your pet to the vet for a professional cleaning, which can only be achieved with full anaesthesia. Vibration free without brushing. The soft bristles are held against the teeth/gums allowing your pet's teeth to be cleaned gently without the irritation of vibration or noise. Regular teeth cleaning is recommended by veterinarians Regular cleaning is the most important measure in the fight against dental decay. Ultrasound (air waves - air oscillations) perform the cleaning so brushing is not necessary. Ultrasound cleans more effectively than regular brushing, destroying bacteria even in gum pockets. Neglecting your dog’s dental health can have other serious health implications, as bacteria from a dental infection can result in other organs being compromised, including the heart valves and kidneys. Although we would recommend more regular treatment, even having your dog’s teeth treated when he comes in for grooming will be beneficial, as the ultrasound waves kill bacteria right under the gum line and will help to keep your dog’s teeth healthy and consequently improve his overall health. If you notice a build up of plaque, you can book a course of sessions to get back on track. If there is plaque/tartar present, we recommend that you start with a course of daily treatment. PLEASE NOTE – IF YOUR DOG’S TEETH ARE SIGNIFICANTLY SCALED, WE WOULD RECOMMEND THAT YOU SEEK VETERINARY ATTENTION INITIALLY FOR A DENTAL DESCALE UNDER ANAESTHETIC, THEN CONTINUE WITH A REGULAR PROGRAMME OF ULTRASONIC TEETH CLEANING TO MAINTAIN YOUR DOG’S DENTAL HEALTH

Contact Details

  • Ruff Cuts Dog Grooming, Hutton-le-Hole, York YO62 6UA, UK