ANESTHESIA-FREE TEETH CLEANINGS FOR DOGS & CATS
Improving Pet Health While Reducing Costs
Proudly in Business Since 2007
K-9 Smiles has been providing teeth cleaning for 15 years to over 60,000 dogs and cats. We offer our low cost teeth cleaning services in over 100 locations throughout Colorado’s Front Range.
We offer dog dental cleaning from Fort Collins down through the Denver metro area and continuing beyond Colorado Springs. We have a teeth cleaning clinic every day of the week with experienced technicians and veterinarians on-site.
Dogs & Cats Benefits
Benefits of Non Anesthesia Dog Teeth Cleaning
Anesthesia free means that your dog or cat will be awake for the teeth cleaning by our dental professionals.
Low cost dog dental cleaning saves on high priced dog dental bills from invasive procedures.
Have your dog’s teeth cleaned once a year to prevent periodontal issues that can arrise.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Periodontal disease is dangerous for pets, and in some cases is known to take up to two years or more off of a pet's life, if left untreated. It only takes several weeks for plaque to start building up on your dog's teeth.
If left unchecked, periodontal disease will grow rapidly. A study of 52 miniature schnauzers showed that 98% of the dogs had developed some level of periodontitis within 30 weeks of stopping toothbrushing.
Usually this procedure will only take 30-45 minutes and we discourage owners from being in the room. If we immediately find problems that need your veterinarian’s attention, for example teeth that need to be extracted, we will refer you back to your Vet to have a dental under anesthesia.
During the dental, if we find any additional problems, we will put the information on your report card so you can discuss any further action with your own veterinarian.
Yes, we sterilize all our tools, and we use a different teeth clean scaler on every animal (both dogs and cats).
Yes, non-anesthetic dental cleanings can be done on older pets and pets with chronic kidney, or liver disease who might not be a good candidate for a dental cleaning under anesthesia.
While we can clean the vast majority of dogs and cats there are some for whom it is not appropriate. Examples would be pets with severe gingivitis, caries, fractured teeth, abscesses, stomatitis, tumors, etc.
Whenever our technicians discover loose or any other condition that needs your veterinarian’s intervention, they will write the information down for you so you can bring it to your veterinarian’s attention. Call our office for more information!