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Canine Ultrasonic Teeth Cleaning

A regularly scheduled oral hygiene routine is the best way to protect your pet’s dental health.

How it works


The soft bristles are held against the teeth/gums allowing your pet's teeth to be cleaned gently without the irritation of vibration or noise. It helps to protect your pet from oral disease and tooth loss.

Ultrasound reaches deep (12mm) below the gum line to kill germs and bacteria and cleans the teeth and gums to prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar. At the same time, it increases the blood flow to the gums to heal wounds and stop bleeding.

Effectively combats

  • Gingivitis and periodontitis

  • Oral cavity diseases

  • Plaque and tartar build-up

  • Bad breath

If there is plaque/tartar present, we may recommend that you start with a course of regular treatment.

However, if your dog's teeth are significantly scaled we would recommend a trip to the vet to check whether a dental descale (under general anaesthetic) would be advisable and then continue with a regular programme of ultrasonic teeth cleaning to maintain your dog's dental health.

Ultrasonic teeth cleaning during your dog's grooming sessions can be better for some dogs as we can take a little and often approach which helps them get used to the treatment.


Initial Consultation approximately 30 minutes: £30


Subsequent maintenance consultations: £15


Preventative sessions for dogs under 2 years: £15

Intensive Cleaning for our regular groom clients: £130 for 5 treatments

Some dogs require a more intensive programme of brushing to remove accumulated tartar - a series of 5 treatments is available for £130.00.  This programme should be carried out over a short period with just a couple of days between treatments. We would aim to spend about 30 minutes brushing at each session and this usually delivers good results and fresher breath.

Our rates include a personal brush head for your dog and this will usually last for 15 treatments unless the brush is damaged (some dogs will chew the brush); replacement brush heads cost £8.00 for small and £10.00 for large.