February 2017 - Treatment of fractured teeth

What can be done to save a broken tooth? Did you know there are three options to choose from so that your pets and patients can have a pain-free smile? Our February newsletter discusses these options and more!


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March 2017

The Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery is pleased to announce the addition of Cone Beam CT to the dental diagnostic tools available at our facility in Matthews, NC.  The Cone Beam CT will help our dentists diagnose and treat jaw fractures, oral masses, root canaled teeth, and more.  With the advanced imaging that the Cone Beam CT provides, we can continue to offer the best dental care to our furry patients.The Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery is pleased to announce the addition of Cone Beam CT to the dental diagnostic tools available at our facility in Matthews, NC.  The Cone Beam CT will help our dentists diagnose and treat jaw fractures, oral masses, root canaled teeth, and more.  With the advanced imaging that the Cone Beam CT provides, we can continue to offer the best dental care to our furry patients.




April 2017 - Dental Crown Treatments


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April 2017 - Vital Pulp Therapy

Vital Pulp Therapy is an option to save recently fractured teeth.  Vital Pulp Therapy allows the tooth to continue to develop and may prevent the need for an extraction or root canal therapy.


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May 2017 - Cone Beam CT


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June 2017

Congratulations to Dr. Kristin Scott, DVM, DAVDC on her recently published article in the Journal Of Veterinary Dentistry!  “Odontogenic Fibromyxoma in a Cat: First Confirmed Case in This Species” is available in the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry 34(1).




July 2017

We are excited to announce the opening of a satellite location in Mt. Pleasant, SC.  Located at 1769 N. HWY 17 Unit B, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29463, The Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery will offer referral dentistry services for veterinarians in South Carolina.  Call 843-268-4028 or our main office number, 704-817-9896, for more information or to refer a case!




July 2017 - Chronic Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis


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