ULTRASONIC TEETH CLEANING
Dental problems are very common to animals. Even attentive pet owners often miss the fact that the dog or the cat suffers from painful diseases of the teeth. Even dogs are often affected by tartar and painful gingivitis. Animals cannot communicate when they are plagued by severe toothache. Therefor preventative care is a must. The dental care of the dog should be as important to you as your own.
Prevent health risks with ultrasonic toothbrush treatment
Tartar is an ideal breeding ground for harmful bacteria that cause inflammation of the gums if you do not remove the calculus. It can even lead to gum decline, which in the worst case leads to the loss of teeth. It's best to avoid tartar by regularly cleaning the teeth with ultrasonic dog toothbrush. We recommend doing this with your dog's regular groom. Some dogs may benefit from a course of treatment over several weeks / months. This promises a gentle and effective dental care for your dog, so that periodontitis, mouth odor or chronic buccal disease are specifically prevented.
In the initial stage, gingivitis is usually noticeable by an unpleasant odor from the mouth. If the dental disease continues, it can lead to loss of teeth. Gingivitis is common to dogs. About 85 percent of all dogs are affected by the inflammation at least once in their lives. For that reason, your dog's teeth and gums should be given as much care as your own.
Cause: This is how gingivitis develops
Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums. Depending on the severity, the gums of the affected dogs are only partially or completely inflamed. The cause of gum inflammation in dogs as well as in humans is usually plaque and tartar, which provide an ideal breeding ground for bacteria. Plaque forms on the surfaces of teeth after ingestion and gradually solidifies into tartar. While the whitish-yellow plaque can be removed by a thorough dental care, tartar can only be removed by veterinarian who sets the animal under anesthesia. If the tartar is not removed, the bacteria attack in the further development of the gums and cause further inflammation. In addition to a lack of dental care and injuries in and on the mouth, which develop particularly quickly when dealing with sticks, stones and plastic toys in the dog, cause gingivitis. Also, the diet of dogs with soft food can lead to inflamed gums. In addition, some dog breeds such as the Toy Poodle and the Pug even have a genetic predisposition to develop gingivitis.
For whom is the emmi®-pet ultrasonic toothbrush appropriate?
In principle, the ultrasonic toothbrush is appropriate for dogs of all ages and breeds. Thanks to the different sized attachments, the ultrasonic toothbrush can be used for puppies and small dogs as well as for parent animals and particularly large breeds.
At what age can my dog have this treatment?
Optimum dental care for dogs starts at a young age at best: regular and conscientious dental care is recommended to effectively prevent tartar in dogs. Even though puppies usually have bright white teeth, it is advisable to get used to dental care in a playful way already at puppy age. The toothbrush is particularly appropriate for this purpose due to its silent and vibration-free operation.
What are the reasons for bad breath of dogs?
Bad breath of dogs can be caused by a multitude of reasons. These include food residues on or between the teeth or residues from play activities, e.g. wood or fabric residues. Even if these reasons for bad breath in dogs are relatively harmless, they should be taken seriously: Last but not least, they are often the trigger for more serious causes of bad breath in dogs. Ignored in the long term, they can lead to tartar. We recommend regular use of the emmi®-pet ultrasonic toothbrush. In this way, long-lasting bad breath in dogs can be avoided.
Is there also an ultrasound cleaning of the dog's teeth without anaesthetic?
Yes, this is an ultrasonic tooth cleaning for dogs without anaesthetic - with our emmi®-pet ultrasonic toothbrush. Thanks to 96 million air vibrations instead of mechanical movements, it cleans your dog's teeth very gently and softly. If used correctly and regularly, the toothbrush can even prevent you from going to the vet and cleaning your dog's teeth under a risky anaesthetic.
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