Advanced Pet Dentistry and Oral Surgery

Dental Care Is A Must For Your Pet!

The Veterinary Dentist at Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery provides your pet with a complete array of advanced veterinary dental specialty care services.

Dr. Nossaman is a Veterinary Dental Specialist and Veterinary Dentist and has received extensive advanced veterinary dental training far beyond your family veterinarian in the dental procedures your pet needs. Our Veterinary Dentist provide services similar to your other family dentist, oral surgeon, maxillofacial surgeon, orthodontist, endodontist and periodontist.

Free Pet Dental ExamFREE Dental Exam when completed the same day your pet receives
any cat or dog dental care procedure! The Dental Exam is an $85 value!
Call us today 817.431.8451 for details.

 

What is a Veterinary Dental Specialist and Veterinary Dentist?

American Veterinary Dental College AVDC

Board Certified in Veterinary Dentistry . . . and the
Veterinary Dental Specialist practice in the DFW metro area and North Texas!

You brush your teeth twice a day and visit the dentist at least once a year - but does your pet have the same sort of dental care regimen? Clean teeth and a healthy mouth are extremely important for your dog or cat. Plaque and tartar build-up on your pet's teeth can lead to periodontal disease. If left untreated, periodontal disease can eventually cause other serious health problems in your dog or cat.

This makes dental care a must for your pet.

Due to our advanced dental training and because we are the only Veterinary Dental Specialist practice in the Dallas / Fort Worth area and North Texas, we treat pets from around the state of Texas in addition to the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex area, including Southlake, Grapevine, Flower Mound, Irving, Arlington, Carrollton, as well as Plano, Richardson, Lewisville and Denton TX.

Each patient that receives advanced treatment will also be provided an
oral health care examination every 12 months for the life of their furry friend

. . . at no additional cost!

Pet dental care

Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery

 

Pet Dental Care


Dr. Nossaman & SunshineDid you know that 60 – 70% of the pathology found in our patients mouths occurs under the gum line and may only be identified with dental x-rays.

Dental x-rays are a must for your dog or cat! After all, your human dentist doesn't ask you if you want x-rays during your annual visits. The dentist know they need that information to properly assess and care for your teeth.

Call Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery today at
817-431-8451
to schedule a Comprehensive Dental Examination for your pet.

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Helping pet's live longer, healthier lives . . . through advanced oral health care!

 

Advanced Dog and Cat Dental Services


Dental Radiology is Critical

A simple dental infection can eat away at your pet's health!

Dental X-rayMore than 8 out of 10 pets over 4 years old suffer from periodontal disease, a condition in which bacteria attack the soft gum tissue. With gum deterioration, bacteria have a clear path to the bloodstream and vital organs, such as kidney, liver, lungs and heart. Even when teeth appear healthy, bacteria can build up in spaces between teeth and gums resulting in extensive periodontal disease. Even tooth root abscesses may not be apparent and may require intra oral radiographs (dental x-rays) to identify. Intra oral radiographs may also be taken for other abnormal dental conditions.

A few examples are:


Dog Dental X-ray Root CanalIntra oral radiographs show the inside of the tooth and the root, which lie below the gum line. Intra oral radiographs are critical in determining the health of your dog or cat's mouth.

 

See here for photos and more information on the importance of dental x-rays.

 

 

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Dental x-rays are important for zoo animals too!

In photo at right, Dr. Nossaman and colleague are obtaining dental x-rays on jaguar at the Phoenix Zoo. The jaguar had a fractured tooth and prior root canal treatment.

 

See her for more jaguar dental procedure photos.

 

 

Pet Dental Information

 

Dental Procedure Photos


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Detailed Summary of Dog and Cat Dental Visits

Every dog and cat professional dental cleaning includes the following.

Each patient that receives advanced treatment will also be provided an
oral health care examination every 12 months for the life of their furry friend
. . . at no additional cost!

Pain management assessed and provided if required

 

Please call us today at 817-431-8451 to schedule a Comprehensive Dental Examination

and get all your questions answered.

2 Locations | Southlake | Lewisville

 

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Anesthesia & Monitoring of Vital Signs

Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery features state-of-the-art anesthetic monitoring equipment with reliable and accurate measurements of important parameters affecting your pet's anesthesia during dental and surgical procedures. We know that anesthesia is a scary prospect and we take every step to ensure the safety and well being of your animal.

 

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American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Dental Care Guidelines

Dental care guidelines were developed by Board Certified veterinary dentists as members of the AAHA Dental Care Guidelines Task Force to ensure a higher standard of dental care for veterinarians. We at Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery have used the guidelines as a minimum only; in most cases we far exceed this standard of care due to our advanced training and technology.

For more information, see Dental Care Guidelines for Veterinarians and Pet Owners and feel free to share the guidelines with your regular veterinarian. Additionally, see AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Veterinarians and Pet Owners and Oral Examination and Disease.

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Dental Charts

View Cat and Dog Dental Charts that each client will be given at discharge of their pet

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Veterinary Dentistry Organizations

 

Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery is proud to offer our

referral veterinarians and patient's

. . . Excellence in Advanced Veterinary Dentistry!

 

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8:30am – 7pm
Tuesday, Thursday
8:30am – 8pm
Wednesday, Friday
8:30am – 6pm
Saturday
9am – 4pm
Sunday
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