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Paris Paws Non - Anesthesia Dental Scaling @ Ang Mo Kio
Dog dental scaling is Alternative to traditional vet anesthetic dental 

Imagine how your teeth would look and feel if you didn’t brush them daily. The same applies to your dog’s teeth. Bad breath and stained teeth are unappealing, but many pet owners aren’t aware that these may be symptoms of serious gum disease. Unless you are regularly providing some form of dental care for your pet, you are neglecting an important factor in their overall health. 

At Paris Paws, we provide anesthesia dog dental scaling. Anesthesia free dog dental scaling is an alternative to the traditional anesthetic dental procedure at vet clinic.

What about the risks of traditional anesthesia at vet clinic ?
Though very small, anesthesia is a very real risk for dogs and cats, just as it is for humans. There are always risks when any anesthetic agent is administered to a patient, regardless of the length of time the patient is anesthetized. In fact, it is estimated that approximately 1 in 100,000 animals will have some sort of reaction to an anesthetic agent.*Reactions can range from mild to severe and include a wide variety of symptoms, such as swelling at the injection site to more serious outcomes such as anaphylactic shock or death. Dogs will certain health condition such as heart mur mur or due to old age are not recommended for anesthesia.

Prior to anesthesia procedure, your dog need to be fasting for several hours and undergo several recommended diagnostic tests usually include:

Chemistry tests to evaluate kidney, liver, and pancreatic function, as well as sugar levels
A complete blood count (CBC) to rule out blood-related conditions
Electrolyte tests to ensure your dog isn’t dehydrated or suffering from an electrolyte imbalance
Blood test
The whole procedure at veterinary clinic might cause trauma or high level of stress anxiety to your dog.

Why Is Dog Dental Scaling So Important?
It’s a fact – pet dental is one of the most important health related topics pet owners need to address. The American Veterinary Dental Society reports that 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of periodontal (gum) disease by age three. The report goes on to say that periodontal disease is the number one disease among dogs and cats! So if you are not part of the 10% that are already doing something for their pets’ oral health, now is the time!

How do I know if my dog need dog dental scaling?
Dental disease is the most common disease seen by veterinarians: 70-85% of pets over the age of 2 have some form of dental disease. Here are some signs that your pet may have dental disease: 
dental scaling for dog singapore

Bad breath
Yellow, brown, or discolored teeth
Loose teeth
Red, inflamed gums
Swollen mouth, jaws, or gums
Doesn’t play with chew toys as often
Pain when eating – cause loss of appetite
What is the leading cause of oral disease? dog dental disease

Bacterial plaque in the oral cavity is the leading contributor to periodontal disease. The disease develops from bacteria and food particles that get lodged in the tooth and gums where it begins the formation of plaque. Plaque is a silky white film that when left untreated hardens into calculus or tartar.

As plaque and tartar buildup around the tooth it drives the bacteria down the gum-line isolating it from oxygen. Oxygen helps fight off bacteria, and as the plaque turns into tartar it creates a shield for the bacteria to begin attacking the surrounding tissue. The infection of the tissue can lead to gingivitis and periodontitis.

How will your dental scaling benefit my pet?
NO anesthesia procedure means NO health risks
Reduced plaque and tartar
Decreased oral infections
Cleaner and whiter teeth – perfect smile!
Helps prevent bad breath – Perfect kisses & licks!
Helps prevent heart, liver, and kidney disease as caused by dental disease
How long does anesthesia dental scaling for dog takes?
Dog dental scaling services takes around 60 minutes to 3 hours depending on the condition of the dog’s teeth and temperament. Short breaks will be given every 15 minutes.

What are the dog dental scaling prices?
Small: $150 | Medium: $180 | Large: $280 | X-large: $380

Please call/whatsapp 85037553 and we will assist you in scheduling a dental appointment for your dog.
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At Paris Paws, we provide a wide range of pet services for your pet’s needs.
Our services includes:
Dog Grooming
Cat Grooming
Rabbit Grooming
Guinea Pig Grooming
Non- Anesthesia Dental Scaling
Pet Spa & Massage
De-ticks & Dematt
Daycare / Boarding Services
Pet food and Accessories
Ala-carte services

We are a team of professional pet groomers and also pet owners ourself. Hence we care to provide a relaxing grooming experience for your pet.

We are also a fast growing pet shop with customers from all around Singapore. 

Give us a call at 85037553 to book a grooming session for your pet and let your pet experience the differences!

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