Welcome to Excellence in Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery

The Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery is a leader in providing advanced dental care to small animals in the southeastern United States. We operate as the premier referral veterinary dentistry practice for individuals and referring veterinarians and are the only facility in the Charlotte area that has boarded veterinary dental specialists.  Our doctors are highly qualified specialists and are trained to treat all dog, cat, and small mammal dental needs. We love animals and have a deep passion and interest in providing the best oral health care to small animal patients of all shapes and sizes. Dr. Katherine Queck and Dr. Kristin Scott are excited to help your dog or cat have healthy teeth, gums, and a pain-free mouth.  We believe no pet should have long-standing pain, especially when they don’t show it. Our hospital will work with your dog or cat’s primary veterinarian to help you achieve that goal.

 

Let us be your dog's and cat’s dentist!




Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

At the Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery, we have been offering Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to accelerate healing in our patients for over three years. Beginning in 2019, we are excited to share this resource with out referring veterinary community on an out-patient basis for various conditions, not just dental. The goal of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is to increase the amount of oxygen delivered to diseased tissue to help it heal. Patients are placed in an enclosed chamber and delivered 100% oxygen under increased pressure. This environment allows up 20 times more oxygen to be delivered to diseased tissue. Oxygen delivered in this method can have remarkable anti-inflammatory, antimocrobial, and tissue healing benefits. HBOT can be used in conjunction with conventional treatment methods to reduce recovery time and increase patient healing. Most patients are very relaxed in the chamber and many even sleep. HBOT is a great anesthesia-free treatment option for veterinary patients.

Treatment can benefit the following conditions:

  • Fractures - stimulating new bone cell activity
  • Necrotizing soft tissue infections
  • Snake and spider bites
  • Burns
  • Non-healing wounds
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Infections, both systemic or local
  • Brain and nerve damage
  • Compressive cord diseases
  • Post surgical swelling and recovery
  • Lyme Disease
  • Carbon Monoxide poisoning (from smoke inhalation)
  • Compromised grafts/flaps
  • Sinusitis
  • Athletic Injuries
  • Anemia




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