Cleany teeth ultrasound dental service
Teeth Cleaning Service
Using the Cleany Teeth Ultrasound Brush
Did you know that 80% of all dogs over the age of 3 suffer from some form of gum and/or tooth issue?
Cleany Teeth is a state-of-the-art hygiene technology that uses ultrasound to break down plaque and tartar on teeth and around gums.
The benefits to your dog:
Cleany Teeth is an award-winning product and I am delighted to be able to offer Cleany Teeth sessions here at Woof Love Dog Grooming.
I recommend an initial consultation for me to check your dogs teeth and give the first treatment. Heavily stained teeth may require 4-5 sessions initially, with each session taking from 30-45 minutes.
For hygiene purposes, I don't share brush heads between dogs, so the first treatment includes your dogs very own brush head that will be stored here for use whenever your dog comes for treatment.
FAQ about Cleany Teeth
How does it actually work?
The ultrsound chip inside the toothbrush produces 60 million oscillations per minute which help to break down plaque and tartar. The Cleany Teeth toothpaste generates nano-bubbles which aid in the destruction of germs and bacteria. Similar techniques have been used on human teeth for over 20 years. It has been proven safe and very effective.
How many follow-up sessions will my dog need?
This all depends on how heavily stained the teeth are upon the initial consultation, and how the teeth respond after the first treatment. Usually between 3-5 follow-up sessions are advised.
Will my dog find it stressful?
Your dog shouldn't find the process of teeth cleaning stressful as there is no noise, movement or sound. Your dog will need to allow his/her mouth to be handled and a brush held against their teeth for a few seconds at a time. I can work with most dogs to help them to accept this process and breaks will be given throughout.
My dogs teeth are really heavily stained, will this treatment work?
Yes! Very heavily stained teeth may require extra follow-up sessions, but Cleany Teeth should be able to make a huge difference to your dogs teeth and overall mouth hygiene.
Do dogs really get their own brush head?
Yes, there's no sharing of brush heads here! Each dog will have their own brush head that will be kept stored away between visits.
New Clients are required to fill in a Cleany Teeth Client Form which can be found by clicking here on the following button: