Teeth Cleaning

An amazing non-invasive teeth cleaning system specifically for dogs, which requires no anaesthetic. Our toothbrush is noise and vibration free and does not require scrubbing.


How does it work?

It uses ultrasonic air vibrations. The toothbrush generates up to 96,000 000 ultrasonic impulses per minute. These ultrasonic waves penetrate the gum up to 12mm deep, promoting and maintaining gum health. Also killing bacteria in places where bristles can’t reach.

The toothpaste has been specially formulated to form tiny micro bubbles, activated by the ultrasonic impulses. These micro bubbles pop from the high pressure and generate an intense shockwave. This cannot be felt by the dog (we know, we tried it ourselves). The bubble pops and resulting force are what clean the plaque and debris away from the tooth surface. It also destroys the membranes of the bacteria.


Health Benefits

Four out of five dogs have dental problems, caused by dental plaque and tartar build up. It is estimated that by the time they are 2 years old, 80% of dogs begin to show signs of oral disease. Our teeth cleaning service is an effective means to counter this.

A regular oral health routine is the best way to protect your pets dental health and protect your pet from oral disease and tooth loss.

Regular oral hygiene can effectively combat:

– Gingivitis and Periodontitis

– Oral cavity diseases

– Plaque and tartar build up

– Bad breath

All dogs do still require regular check-ups by a veterinary surgeon.


How The Sessions Work

This service is suitable for dogs 1 year and over. If you would like your puppy to get used to teeth cleaning for future session please do not hesitate to ask.

The first session we familiarise your dog to the teeth cleaning regime to see if they accept the process. We will also access if your dog requires an intensive course or maintenance sessions. Once established that your dog accepts teeth cleaning, for intensive sessions we recommend 2-3 sessions a week. The cleaning process gradually softens hardened tartar to then be removed from the tooth, if too big a gap is left between intensive cleans the tartar will harden back, requiring more sessions in the long run.

Maintenance sessions we recommend a session between every 2-6 weeks.

If tartar build up is heavy we would recommend a veterinarian to check the teeth and give the go ahead for Ultrasonic teeth cleaning.

Prevention is the best solution, so if your dog already has pearly whites, we can help maintain these beautiful chompers for continuous good oral health

Poppy ‘s Story

“I am so happy to have this opportunity to thank Charlotte and her Woozelbears. For their loving and caring help with Poppy after her slipped disc last April. There help and support have given me back my loving companion Poppy. All my thanks Peter.”