Veterinary teeth cleaning, also known as dental prophylaxis, is an essential procedure performed by veterinarians to maintain optimal oral health in animals. It involves a thorough cleaning of the teeth, gums, and oral cavity to remove plaque, tartar, and bacterial buildup that can lead to dental disease. The process typically begins with a comprehensive oral examination, followed by scaling to remove hardened tartar from the teeth and under the gumline. After scaling, the teeth are polished to smooth the tooth surface and discourage plaque accumulation. In some cases, dental radiographs may be taken to evaluate the health of the tooth roots and surrounding structures. Veterinarian teeth cleaning helps prevent dental issues such as gum disease, tooth decay, and tooth loss, promoting better overall health and well-being for animals.