Teeth cleaning anesthesia free

Plaques leads to gingivitis more or less severe. Like for us, human beings, cats and dogs have to fight against attacks of bacteria. Bacteria plaque becomes tartar that is responsible for bad breath or other diseases. 

A thin yellow to orange layer of bacteria, naturally found in saliva, starts covering your pet’s teeth every day. That’s why it is important to get your pet regular dental cleaning, a minimum of twice a year to avoid further problems as gums recession, loose teeth, abscesses…

Here is the before and after pictures of one of our last Miami Natural Pet Care patient.

Please call us or contact us by email to make an appointment.

  

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