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DLC* Teeth Cleaning

This is a clients teeth before the first course of treatments.

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After a course of 6 treatments this is the result.   The client is going to have follow up treatments as prevention.

This shih tzu has had four treatments so far

(pictures of before & after the fourth treatment).

This cocker spaniel has had just two treatments so far (picture of before & after the second treatment).

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PRICE

 

The first treatment costs £30, this includes the price of a specialised toothbrush head for your dog for its treatments

 

Each treatment after will cost £20

It is recommended to have a minimum course of 6 treatments

 

 

I will pick up and return your dog from your home as part of the DLC service

SOLUTION:

Ultrasound waves are transmitted via each wet toothbrush bristle to the toothpaste, creating millions of micro-bubbles that penetrate deep below the gumline & into the smallest gaps between the teeth & gum pockets.  Bacteria, food remains, plaque & “dog breath” (which is the leading sign of periodental gum disease) are removed.  It also increases the blood flow to the gums to heal wounds & stop bleeding.  It is estimated that by the time they are 2 years old, 80% of dogs begin to show signs of oral disease.

It effectively combats:

 

*Gingivitis & periodontitis

*Oral cavity diseases

*Plaque & tartar build up

*Bad breath

PROBLEM:

When food particles & bacteria accumulate on your dog’s gumline plaque is formed (a sticky, colourless film that covers teeth when not cleaned).  Combined with saliva & minerals, it transforms into tartar (hardened plaque).  This causes gum irritation & leads to an inflammatory condition called gingivitis.