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Dental care


In order to reduce the deposit of tartar on the teeth,Diamond's toothoffers care based on the oral hygiene of your dog or cat companion.WARNING: These proposed treatments limit butin no way replaceTHEdescalingprovided by the veterinarian. This is why it is necessary to perform them much more regularly (we suggest that you ask us for a check-up at each grooming, we will do so if necessary).

How it works ?

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1st step: Your groomer conducts a quick examination of your animal's behavior and teeth with you, and assesses the number of sessions required. It takes an average of 3 sessions of 1/4 hour at 1 month intervals each. If the teeth are too scaled up (moving teeth, too dense plaque, pain, visible inflammation, etc.), the groomer will direct you to a veterinarian who will carry out a scale removal under general anesthesia (we can resume dental care by following).

2nd stage: Your groomer desensitizes your dog to the dental touch and accustoms him to this sensation. Then he proceeds to the treatment using a perfectly painless ultrasound device. The specific toothpaste deposits micro-particles on the plaque of tartar, and explodes with ultrasound, thus breaking the tartar. It thus passes on all the teeth. Then the application of an antibacterial cleans and eliminates the germs and bacteria present. He then proceeds to a final cleaning to remove the last residues.

3rd stage: depending on the effect of the treatment, more or fewer sessions can be assigned, but the effect is visible from the first session.

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Single treatment:

1 session of 1/4 hour: 30.-

3 sessions of 1/4 hour:   75.- (first 2 sessions at full price, the balance at the 3rd session within the limit of 1 month of spacing between each session)

Complementary care to grooming:

1 session during grooming: 25.-

1 session for customers who have taken out a subscription: 20.-

Treatments are by appointment only and on request during grooming.

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