DO IT RIGHT OR NOT AT ALL
If effective dental cleaning was simple, then anyone could do it. But in reality, it’s a complicated and occasionally delicate procedure that requires a great deal of specialized skill and knowledge.
Dental cleanings performed without that knowledge and skill, or performed with an inferior or incomplete method, can actually be worse for your pet than doing nothing at all.
Beware: Improper or Incomplete Dental Treatment can lead to…
new infections or the spread of existing infections
accelerated tooth decay or gum disease development
a missed diagnosis of developing dental problems
the masking of existing periodontal problems, letting them fester
PREVENTIVE CLEANING, WHERE IT COUNTS
While plenty unattractive, that yellow gunk on your pet’s pearly whites are not the real threat. It’s the stuff you can’t see that leads to gum disease and serious dental trouble.
For any dental treatment to be preventative (rather than merely cosmetic), it must incorporate a complete below-the-gumline cleaning.
Qualified’s Treatment cleans all tooth surfaces and the below-the-gumline area, plus adds a finishing polish to protect the enamel, so your pet’s smile doesn’t just look healthy, it is healthy.
QUALIFIED: MORE THAN JUST A NAME
Qualified’s Dental Specialists are simply the best trained, most highly skilled, and best equipped in the industry. They begin with an extensive veterinary care background, then receive six months of intensive specialized training in dental examination and maintenance procedures as well as animal handling and behavior.
Each Specialist is outfitted with a top-of-the-line mobile dental package, including high-tech ultrasonic scalers and power-polishers, a large supply of fully-sterilized manual scalers, probes, and currettes, even simple-yet-critical items like nitrile gloves and gauze. Every Specialist arrives on Clinic Day fully prepared to perform professionally and effectively.
And so do our Vets. We choose our Veterinarians carefully, working with those who have not only impressive credentials and significant experience, but also the ability to communicate effectively with both our Specialists and with pet owners. Our Doctor’s vast body of knowledge and wealth of experience is critical to helping Qualified provide the highest standard of dental care for your pet.