Welcome to DentalVets - Oral surgery and dentistry for animals
DentalVets was founded in 1997 and our activities are confined to oral and dental conditions in animals.
Our clients and their pets travel to us from as far south as Lincolnshire and as far north as the Orkney islands. We are able to assist clients with pet friendly accommodation if required. Our Locations page provides most client help where you can download information sheets and maps and take a virtual tour of the clinic.
Pet owners can be assured that all cases are managed by a registered specialist from start to finish. All cases we see need to be referred by your own veterinary surgeon. After treatment has been concluded here your own vet will continue to provide general veterinary care for your pet.
Most of the information for veterinary surgeons requiring case guidance can be found in the Referral & Clinical section or the News page. Using key words in the search facility should bring up the information you need.
We also supply dental advice and treatment to zoos, private collections and animal charities in the UK and abroad.
A core activity is to provide specialist veterinary dental education to practitioners and veterinary schools. We organise and run regular surgical wet labs. Many of these are highly practical with a few and four delegates. See the link Dental Vets Courses
We hope our Website provides you with all the information you need whether you are a client bringing a pet for treatment or a veterinary surgeon requiring help or advice with a case.If you cannot find the information you need using the search facility please contact us by e-mail or telephone.
BVM&S, FAVD, Dipl.AVDC,
RCVS, American & European Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry
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- Zoo Animal Surgery
- Oronasal & Oroantral Fistulae
- Dentigerous or Odontogenic Eruption Cysts in Jaws
- Trauma to Jaws
- Lingually Displaced Mandibular Canines
- Orthodontics & Bite Defects
- Chronic Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis in dogs (C.U.P.S.)
- Feline Oral Cavity Conditions
- Prosthodontics: Crowns (metal and white ceramic)