EZPet Dentals: Anesthesia-Free Dental Cleaning for your pet

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With EZ Pet Dental Care, your pet’s health and well-being is our priority. We believe that dental health is important for a pet’s overall well-being. Our anesthesia-free dental cleaning offers an easy alternative for pet owners to maintain their pet’s dental health. We only work under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian to ensure superior quality. Our goal is to provide pet owners with the best alternative oral care and to educate pet parents on the importance of dental care.

Our professional dental cleaning is performed by our highly-qualified dental technician. Dental cleanings usually take 15 to 20 minutes. Your pet will be given a dental evaluation before the cleaning, making sure your pet is a candidate for the anesthesia-free dental. During the dental procedure the dental technician will clean all tooth surfaces including surfaces close to the tongue, detect any signs of dental abnormalities and early signs of periodontal disease. The procedure is done gently, with patience, ensuring your pet’s safety & comfort. After the cleaning procedure, the technician will educate you on oral care to be practiced at home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can you effectively perform cleaning on a dog or cat while it is squirming around and under stress?
A:  We use gentle persuasion through eye contact and a number of proprietary holds to maintain control while keeping our patient calm and comfortable. No pets will be forced or bullied into submission. Most pets will remain calm and compliant once trust and security is established.

Q: Will through cleaning be done below the gum lines or just what is visible on the teeth?
A: Absolutely Our professional dental technician will clean all tooth surfaces including surfaces close to the tongue, detect any signs of dental abnormalities and any possible signs of early periodontitis.

Q: Aren’t most pet afraid of the sounds dental devices makes?
A: We address this with building the pet’s trust in us. With patience and gentle persuasion, the pet will get accustomed to the sound and comply.

Q: Do you perform the cleaning in intervals as I am not sure whether my pet can stay still for a long period of time?
A:  We make every effort to keep your pet comfortable. If necessary, we will take a break.

Q: Have you found this technique to be effective with high-risk patients?
A: Yes! Non-anesthetic dental cleanings are usually a much better alternative for older pets, and for pets with chronic kidney, liver or heart disease who might not be a candidate for general anesthesia.

Q: Can your professional dental technician perform a cleaning on virtually any dog?
A: We are able to perform cleaning on a vast majority of dogs and cats. While most pets benefit from anesthesia free dental cleaning, there are some for whom it is not appropriate such as pets with severe cases of gingivitis, caries, fractured teeth or stomatitis.  Our professional dental technician is aware of the limitations of our drug-free techniques. In any case, this happens, pet owners are much more receptive to traditional dental methods because they know they have tried the sedative-free option first.

Q: What do you do if a pet is completely uncooperative, overly fearful, or demonstrates highly aggressive behavior?
A:  We will not compromise the safety of the pet or the technician at any cost.