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Oral Care Treatments Without Anaesthetic

100% Original Ultrasound Oral Hygiene

Scientifically proven

It is estimated that by the time they are 2 years old,

80% of dogs begin to show signs of oral disease.

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

If you don't clean your dogs teeth you typically end up having to go to the vets for a dental and pay a lot of money while your dog gets a full anaesthetic

Cleany Teeth effectively combats:

  • Gingivitis and periodontitis
  • Oral cavity diseases
  • Plaque and tartar build up
  • Bad breath

How it works

Cleany Teeth, with its unique and patented dental care system, is now setting a new trend for a completely new kind of dental cleaning and oral hygiene. It is gentle, motionless and does not involve brushing or any abrasive action! This revolutionary method is based on a globally unique patent. This Piezo-Chip sits in the head of the ultrasonic toothbrush and generates up to 96 million ultrasonic waves (air vibrations) per minute.

These ultrasound waves are then transferred, via the bristles of the toothbrush head, onto Cleany Teeth's specially formulated toothpaste.

At this point 'micro bubbles' are generated, which react with the air vibrations and implode.

These implosions effectively eliminate and remove food particles, plaque and bacteria from within your pet’s mouth.

  • Removes tartar and stains
  • Treats and prevents inflamed gums, periodontitis, plaque and tartar build up, bad breath, ulcers and loss of teeth
  • it makes no sound, it does not vibrate, and its completely safe
  • Gently cleans even the smallest spaces and gum pockets, removing all plaque and bacteria up to 12mm deep inside the gums
  • No friction or abrasion
  • Sterilising effect
  • Activates blood flow in the gum to promote the healing process


Initial Session £40

Top Up sessions £20


Please note home routine its recommended to help withhold pets’ dental hygiene: the recommended frequency for optimum results from the ultrasound tooth bush is weekly, although more often is fine too.

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