Ensuring your pet has optimal dental health is very important to their overall health. Good, effective dental care begins when you bring your new pet home. Good dental health can improve your pet's overall health, happiness and
well-being. It can also add additional years to your pet's life! Regular, routine dental checkups and ultrasonic teeth cleanings are vital to ensuring your pet is
the healthiest they can be.
When your pet's teeth are left untreated, dental disease can occur. Symptoms of dental disease
are increased levels of pain for your pet, chewing difficulty and bad breath. In addition, it can lead to very serious systemic disease of your pet's heath
, liver, or their kidneys can threaten your pet's health, even before symptoms become apparent. About 80 percent of dogs and cats will develop some type of tooth or gum disease by the age of three.