Information for Pet Owners
Our 11-Step Non-Anesthetic Dental procedure will provide you with a safe, warm environment necessary to provide the best health care possible for your loved one. PDS is excited to provide you with this high quality preventative means to help in the fight against dental disease in your dog or cat.
The gold standard for preventing periodontal disease is a professional prophylaxis (teeth cleaning) in conjunction with home care. When treating periodontal disease, scaling and root planning is one of the most commonly used techniques in periodontal therapy. Use this this tool to find a vet in your area that provides our Non-Anesthetic Dental Procedure.
What is Dental Disease in Pets?
According to the AVDS 80% of dogs and 70% of cats by the age 3 show signs of periodontal disease. Periodontal (gum) disease is one of the most common conditions seen in pets today. Learn more about dental disease in pets.
Home Dental Care
Brushing your pet’s teeth can go along way toward preventing dental disease. Some pets resist brushing, but most eventually accept it, especially if you start a brushing routine when your pet is young (10 weeks to 10 months). Aim at brushing your pet’s teeth once a day or at least 3 times a week. To learn how to properly brush your teeth, read our guide here.