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Is Your Pet's Smile Hiding Something?

You may not be aware, but dogs and cats can have dental disease just like people. Nearly 20% of the Australian human population has dental disease and we brush, floss and get our teeth cleaned regularly! In the Australian pet population nearly 80% of dogs and cats over the age of three will have some degree of dental disease.

The four grades of Dental Disease

Dental disease in dogs and cats is graded using a system that takes into account amount of plaque, tartar, inflammation and periodontal disease which is an irreversible destructive process involving the loss of the tooth’s supporting structures.



Plaque build-up, inflamed gums, no bone loss or periodontal disease. It’s time for a $250 Expert Pet Dental Clean (see below).

Plaque and calculus extending down, pocket forming, mild gingival recession and bone loss. It’s time for a free dental check to get a tailored treatment plan.



Plaque and calculus extending down, deep pocket forming, more significant bone loss and possible ulceration of gingiva. It’s time for a free dental check to get a tailored treatment plan.

Extensive plaque and calculus, severe inflammation, deep pocket, significant loss of gingiva and bone loss leading to loose teeth. It’s time for a free dental check to get a tailored treatment plan.

What does an Expert Pet Dental Clean involve?

A day in the life of Tuscan...

What can you do for your pet?

  1. Come in for a free dental check
  2. Your vet will form a treatment plan and provide pricing based on your pet’s dental assessment
  3. A dental procedure is performed under anaesthetic to treat dental disease and clean your pet’s teeth
  4. You are pre-booked for an Expert Pet Dental Clean in 6-12 months to maintain your pet’s dental health and prevent future disease

If your pet has Grade 1 dental disease as assessed by one of our PETstock Vets, you can book an Expert Pet Dental Clean for just $250 (save up to $350). If your pet has Grade 2, Grade 3 or Grade 4 dental disease, your vet will provide a tailored treatment plan.

*T&Cs apply. Not applicable at PETstock Animal Health Centres or FurLife Clinics. Not available in conjunction with any other offer. Offer subject to a full health assessment by a veterinarian. Dogs and cats only. Subject to appointment availability.

Get the treatment you need, when you need it

Does my pet really need to have an anaesthetic to clean their teeth?

Yes - unfortunately pets won’t lie with their mouths open for your Vet to clean all surfaces of the tooth and examine carefully for tooth decay. We use only human grade equipment that uses large quantities of water to flush plaque and tartar and cool the tooth during an ultrasonic clean. So, for the safety and comfort of your pet an anaesthetic is required.

Our $250 Expert Pet Dental Clean is more competitively priced than anaesthesia free dentistry and allows the full tooth to be cleaned – above and below the gumline.

Hover over the mouth below to learn more about dental disease in pets.


is an entirely preventable inflammation or reddening of the gums without the loss of the tooth’s supporting structures (that may or may not be visible).

Periodontal Disease

An irreversible destructive process involving the loss of the tooth’s supporting structures (the periodontium), which includes the gums, periodontal ligament and bony structures that support the tooth.

Plaque is Bacteria

Bacteria are attracted to the tooth surface within hours of the teeth being cleaned. Within days, the plaque becomes mineralized and produces calculus. As plaque ages and gingivitis develops then periodontitis (bone loss) occurs.

Bad Breath

A build up of bacteria and inflammation can cause bad breath in dogs. If your dog smells bad - even after grooming - it may be due to dental disease.

Dental care products are available to reduce plaque build-up, clean teeth and prevent bad breath. Shop toothbrushes and toothpaste for regular oral hygiene or doggy dental treats to sneakily support dental care whilst your buddy enjoys his or her snack.

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