Glad to hear! Douglas is particularly prone to horrible teeth- they get dirty as fast as I clean them. I use a combination of brushing, chews, and scaling to keep them clean. He had a dental once and I never want him to again, but when I rescued him they were so gross that no matter what I tried I could not get them cleaned up, so the dental did help get them under control- he needed two extractions unfortunately. Bottom jaw premolars on both sides had to go.
I would avoid putting her under if at all possible. Our old lab was nearly killed by a dental a few years ago. Her kidneys failed due to the anesthetic. She spent days in the vet trying to get them started again, and finally did, but it was very scary. So I try to avoid putting them under if at all possible.
Douglas the chi, Alli the heeler/boston terrier, Kaira the yorkie/chi