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