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A large breed dog seats next to a Bite and Shine tech looking happy and relaxed after his dental cleaning. Next to the photo there's a box with pricing information: $169 for small breeds, $199 for medium breeds and cats, and $219 for large breeds. A smaller box shows the difference between the teeth before and after the procedure.

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Appointments to these cities are only available on the first two Sundays of the month. Please call us for more information. 

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South Florida, United States

Email us

contact@biteandshine.com

Call us

(954) 802 - 0904

Frequent Questions & Answers

Questions about the procedure or pet dental health?

Like for us humans, dental care for dogs and cats is an important piece of their overall health. Regular teeth cleanings can ensure your pet doesn’t accumulate bacteria which eventually can become a life-threatening infection. 

While many pet owners understand the importance of dental cleaning, they worry about putting their cats or dogs under anesthesia. This is why we offer a sedative-free procedure that will give your pet the care they need without the inherent risks associated with anesthesia.

  1. Discolored teeth
  2. Bad breath
  3. Redness, inflammation, or bleeding gums
  4. Loose or missing teeth
  5. Excessive drooling
  6. Weight loss or reduced appetite
  7. Problems keeping food in mouth
  8. Using one side of the mouth when eating
  9. Blood on saliva, toys, or bowl of water
  10. Irritability

Dental cleanings at a vet’s office often require the use of general anesthesia and/or other medications to sedate the cat or dog. Such medications can pose high risks especially for pets that are old or have a health condition.

Our non anesthetic procedure does not use any type of medication. Our highly trained techs use a swaddling technique to control movement while gently and safely conducting the cleaning.

We use a hand scaler technique which is the traditional method of removing plaque. We polish every single tooth to remove stains and possible damage to the enamel. By using the dental scaling technique we reach plaque and tartar inside the pocket areas between the teeth and the gum. After each cleaning, all instruments used are discarded and/or disinfected.

80% of dogs and cats develop periodontal deseases by age of 3. Plaque formation on the teeth is a continuous process. If plaque is not removed by properly brushing the teeth, it starts mineralizing into tartar within 10-14 hours. 

The golden rule is for pets to have a routine dental check up every 6 months.

The procedure is not particularly painful. It can be uncomfortable, however, and cause sensitivity and tenderness to the gum.