Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning
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11706 Sterlinghill Dr.
Austin Texas 78758
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11706 Sterlinghill Dr. Austin, Texas 78758
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Kimo & Caroline Soper of Canine Smiles have offered Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning (AFTC) in the Austin area for over 15 years (see Testimonials) in addition to our grooming services Perfect Pooch Grooming. These services are available in-shop in or mobile to your location. The practice of canine teeth cleaning without anesthesia is dependent on our ability to train your dog to allow us to perform this procedure. Humans learn to tolerate this procedure without anesthesia, while most dogs (approximately 95%), because of their learning ability can as well. AFTC ( also know as non anesthesia teeth cleaning ) involves training your pet to relax in a calm environment using our step-by-step proprietary behavioral techniques, developed over many years of our experience with grooming and teeth cleaning; so scaling and polishing can be accomplished to remove plaque and tartar build-up (See Cited References). This service is available for all dogs, however, it is particularly suited for senior dogs as many owners of these dogs eventually halt anesthesia cleaning because of potential risks. Tartar buildup can result in advanced periodontal disease with its subsequent degradation of the dog's overall health. Non anesthesia dental teeth cleaning is not appropriate for dogs who already have moderate to severe dental disease present (this often requires work that cannot be performed while they are awake, such as dental x-rays, tooth extractions, etc). However, after needed corrections are made by your veterinarian, the AFTC procedure may be performed for the remainder of your pet's life as determined by your veterinarian. Your veterinarian must examine your dog first and sign the authorization for non-anesthesia teeth cleaning we have made this available for you to print out (Veterinary Authorization Form ) We also can provide you and your Veterinarian a Report and Chart of the results.