Animal Medical of New City is proud to offer our Preventative Dental Service Plan; affordable pet teeth cleaning for our existing and new clients. The plan is an INTEREST FREE way to spread out the costs of preventative dentistry over time. Here’s how it works.
Affordable Pet Teeth Cleaning: Step 1
Existing clients: schedule a FREE oral health assessment for your pet. You’ll receive a free take home toothbrush for your pet, a lesson in preventative oral health care and an estimate for a preventative cleaning. New Clients, we’ll be able to provide you the same help we provide all of our existing clients, but we’ll need to to complete a full physical exam (not included in the promotion) on your pet before we complete the preventative dental procedure.
Affordable Pet Teeth Cleaning: Step 2
Next! Meet with one of our team members and discuss our Preventative Dental Service Plan and see if you qualify. Once approved you are only required to put down 20% of the cost of the procedure and can space out INTEREST FREE payments on the remaining balance for as much as five months time!
Why Get My Dog or Cat’s Teeth Cleaned?
Preventative dentistry is a PROVEN way to increase your pet’s vigor and health. Mouth odors will be completely eliminated. You’ll be able to snuggle close to your pets face again and not have to hold your breath. Any oral pain that your pet is experiencing will be gone! So will red gums and other oral infections. You’ll see that your pet is more active and eats better once we are through.
Safety and Pet Dentistry
Preventative dentistry at our practice is as safe and as stress free as it possibly can be. Our team members are rigorously trained in patient monitoring and recovery. We pride ourselves in our excellent attention to detail and dental health expertise. Every member of our practice feels wholly confident bringing their pet to our practice for a preventative dentistry because they are intimately familiar with our high standards of patient care.
Does My Cat or Dog Really Need a Dental?
Many pet owners dismiss the need for preventative dental care. Their pet’s don’t seem to complain about their red gums and the growing plaque on their teeth. Their breath is tolerable as long as you don’t get too close. Red gums, plaque and bad breath are signs of infection; it’s bacterial disease that’s challenging your pet’s immunity on a daily basis, that’s slowly seeping into your pet’s blood stream and challenging your pet to feel well. It’s a real issue and, if left unchecked, has real consequences: brittle jaw bones, pain, weight loss, inappetence, secondary health issues, and shortened life expectancy.
We’ve worked hard to find a way to bring affordable, preventative dental care to your pet. Please let us talk to you about ways we can work within your budget to give your pet the health services it needs.
We look forward to hearing from you.