A Human Approach To Your Pet's Dental Care

Best-in-class cleanings for your pet. Refreshing prices for you.
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Welcome to a Smarter Smile

Pearly BitesTM makes teeth cleaning a treat.
Smart Vets

Our animal-loving doctors devote their days to providing quality dental care. And not to brag, but they’re pretty exceptional at what they do.

Smart Treatments

Our dental procedures are safe and comprehensive — providing a more comfortable experience for you and your furry friend.

Smart Prices

Our flat fees are transparent and all-inclusive because we think having to choose between quality and affordability is dog poop.

Come. Sit. Smile.

We get it. Taking your pet to the vet is not always the sunniest stroll in the park. That's why we put a lot of thought into how we approach our dental care. Our compassionate doctors are highly skilled and passionate about the work they do in our state-of-the-art veterinary practice. Basically, we are devoted to doing one thing, and doing it really well -- protecting your pet's teeth and gums (and we're able to give extra special attention like cuddling with patients on the carpet when they are waking up!) Our premium services and flat prices include:

  • Initial oral and full-body examination
  • Full mouth digital X-rays
  • Supra and subgingival scaling
  • Tooth polishing, scaling, and cleaning
  • Tooth extractions (only if necessary)
  • Preventative care plan
  • Comprehensive blood work
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All Treats. No Tricks.

Has your primary care vet told you they need to perform a dental procedure on your pet? Were you given an alarmingly high estimate with no guarantee of what the final price might be?

Navigating dental care can be a frustrating experience with confusing, inflated prices and last-minute surprises. The lack of transparency with dental billing is an industry-wide problem — something that put a bad taste in our mouths. We kept thinking — there’s got to be a better way.

So we created it. We launched Pearly Bites to empower you to make the best, most informed choice for your pet and your wallet. Our pricing structure is designed to make dental care — from the preventative to the overdue — a much easier call.

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Safety First & Always.

Our practice makes dentals purr-fect. By focusing solely on dental care, our team is truly adept and efficient at providing the best experience for your pet. We insist on best practice safety and monitoring measures that should be — but too often are not — part of every dental procedure. That’s why comprehensive blood work, complete dental X-rays and full anesthetic monitoring are included in the price of every procedure we perform.

Our state-of-the-art dental and monitoring equipment, from our Digicare LifeWindow One multiparameter patient monitoring unit to our Midmark Dental Unit with a Piezo scaler and multiple speed handpieces, maximize safety and efficiency. This all adds up to shorter anesthesia times, which keep your paw-some pal safe and comfortable.We create a tailored plan for every pet with no cut corners and no merely cosmetic treatments ever. Nothing less than the best for your pet — that’s the Pearly Bites promise.

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Dental 101

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), at least 80% of dogs and 70% of cats, show some signs of periodontal disease by the time they are three years old. Periodontal disease gets worse with age if not addressed.

From bad breath to difficulty chewing, there are many obvious and not-so-obvious signs of oral health issues in our pets — signs we often take for granted as “normal dog (or kitty) breath” in our pets. While daily tooth brushing is the gold standard of preventative care, we know how hard that is to do regularly.

Know The Signs

If your pet shows any of these symptoms, we recommend that you call us for a free phone consultation at 646-828-9270 or come in for a visit with a Pearly Bites veterinarian.
  • Initial oral and full body examination
  • Full mouth digital X-rays
  • Supra and subgingival scaling
  • Tooth polishing, scaling  and cleaning
  • Post-procedure check-in and follow-up
  • Tooth extractions (only if necessary)
  • Preventative care plan
  • Comprehensive blood work

We Don't Play With Prices.

Every Pearly Bites Dental Package includes:
  • Initial oral and full body examination
  • Full mouth digital X-rays
  • Supra and subgingival scaling
  • Tooth polishing, scaling  and cleaning
  • Post-procedure check-in and follow-up
  • Tooth extractions (only if necessary)
  • Preventative care plan
  • Comprehensive blood work
Mild Disease
$1050
Mild gingivitis and plaque, but teeth and gums appear healthy. Some extractions or additional work may be needed.
Moderate Disease
$1550
We see evidence of periodontal disease, or a fractured or discolored tooth likely requiring extractions or oral surgery. We expect to complete all work in one procedure.
Severe Disease
$2250
We see advanced periodontal disease affecting multiple areas. Extensive extractions and oral surgery are needed, and may require two separate procedures to complete the recommended treatments.
Full Mouth Extraction
$2750
Advanced periodontal disease affecting all teeth and gum tissue. To properly treat the underlying problem, all teeth will require extraction. Because this is not common, our veterinarian will review in detail during the initial consult.
$50
Initial Exam
An initial exam with a Pearly Bites vet is essential to assessing your pet’s oral condition and recommending the right course of action. This $50 initial exam includes comprehensive bloodwork and will be deducted from the cost of your dental package if you choose to book with us. Please note: If your pet is 6 years or older, additional diagnostic tests may be recommended to ensure they are able to safely undergo anesthesia. These tests may be performed here at Pearly Bites for an additional $145, or they can be performed by your primary care veterinarian

Some pets have pre-existing medical conditions, or we may discover a new finding during our initial exam. Our focus at Pearly Bites is on your pet's teeth, so if they are found to have health issues outside our scope of care, we may discuss referral for additional work-up or even for the dental work. We will never compromise their health and safety, even if that means referring them elsewhere.

Let's Chat

We'd love to talk to you and answer any of your questions.
646-828-9270
hello@pearlybites.com
LOCATION
162 W. 21st Street
4th Floor
New York, NY 10011
646-828-9270
HOURS
Open Mon - Thur
From 8 am to 6 pm
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