If you ask a veterinarian what a healthy dog means, he will always list all the signs of a healthy animal:
- good mobility of a four-legged friend
- shiny fur
- clean and clear eyes
- slightly moist
- and sweet cold nose.
A healthy dog reacts to the call of the host, willingly fulfills the commands. It has a good appetite; the bowel is regularly emptying, urination is normal. Mucous membranes are pale pink. The temperature, pulse, and breathing are normal.
However, listing all the signs of a healthy animal condition, often the veterinarian overlooks the characteristic of the state of the teeth. It draws attention to this only in the case when the clinical signs specifically indicate the pathology in the oral cavity.
The development of veterinary medicine has led to an understanding of the importance of oral prevention and treatment in animals. For many countries, dental research of both humans and animals limited to the treatment of patients.
In human medicine, dentistry had been separated into an independent specialty already in 1796, and the concept of prevention in this area appeared in the late 1800s.
Veterinary dentistry began its development only in recent years. This lag is the result of a lack of attention to dental programs in most veterinary schools and, as a consequence, a poor understanding of the importance of oral hygiene in domestic animals.
Understanding these fundamental trends, we realized for ourselves how important it is to maintain oral hygiene in animals. Our mission is to inform owners of domestic pets and general veterinarians about the importance and importance of the timely oral health of a pet.
We have developed a unique technique and received additional training from the pioneers of this industry, and our team can perform cleaning and hygiene of teeth for dogs and cats of all breeds without anesthesia. We use only professional dental equipment, such as ultrasound scalers, dental polishers, and different kinds of sickle probes.