Anesthesia - Free Pet Dental Care
SMILE! Anesthesia-Free Dental Care is Available
at Cupertino Animal Hospital
Anesthesia-free dental cleaning is a great option to keep your pet healthy without the risk of anesthesia.
Because anesthesia-free dental procedure is done without the use of anesthesia or pre-anesthetic drugs, it is safer for your pet's health, and the cost of the procedure is significantly lower.
With anesthesia-free dental, more frequent cleanings can be done on a routine basis in order to promote quality health for your pet.
For our pro-active clients that routinely get their pet's teeth routinely cleaned, we offer additional savings as well. The reduced prices for these maintenance cleanings are based on how long it has been since the initial cleaning.
If your pet's last cleaning was done:
2 months ago: the regular price is $78, the special price is $68
3 months ago: the regular price is $115, the special price is $95
4 months ago: the regular price is $150, the special price is $120
5 months ago: the regular price is $185, the special price is $145
6 or more months ago: the regular price is $220.00, the special price is $170
Offer Valid to December 31 2013.
Other conditions and limits may apply.
While anesthesia-free dental cleaning has many advantages, not all pets are good subjects for non-anesthetic procedures.
Examples of pets who would not qualify for this procedure would be any pet who presents with severe arthritis, requires X-rays or extractions, is easily stressed, and/or cardiac and respiratory problems*. Likewise, a patient with aggressive behavior would not be a good candidate for this drug-free procedure. Sometimes, our technicians are able to calm a fearful pet enough to allow for a full cleaning. In the cases where this does not apply, the technician/veterinarian would alert the owner immediately to recommend an alternative treatment approach.
Please give us a call with any questions and to schedule your appointment. (408) 252-6380
*Each pet is an individual and their specific conditions vary in severity. Your pet will be examined by the veterinarian and the procedure will be monitored closely by the veterinarian to ensure quality treatment and experience for your pet.