Dental Disease Can Bog Your Pets Down

the Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta has experienced veterinarians that are very familiar with Dental diseases. It can cause substantial oral pain in our pets, which can be difficult to detect because the changes are often subtle and easy to ignore in our Dogs and Cats. Call Us Nowfor an Appointment

Your Pet Will Get the Best Possible Care

“I’ve got the ultimate confidence in the veterinarians here at the Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta that I’ve had the pleasure of training them over the years to become Veterinary Dental Practitioners. Your pet will get the best possible care that’s available anywhere in general practice.” – Dr. Brett Beckman Call Us Nowfor an Appointment

Quality Of Life is Improved

Clients are frequently amazed at how much better their Dogs and Cats live after a dental surgery here at the Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta. Call Us Nowfor an Appointment

Dedicated Technicians

At the Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta we have dedicated veterinary technicians that are keeping an eye on our dog and cat patient’s airway, blood pressure, blood flow, oxygen concentration, carbon dioxide, respiration rate, temperature, and eye reflexes to ensure they stay in a light anesthetic state at all times. Call Us Nowfor an Appointment

Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta – Introduction

Welcome to the Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta. As Veterinary Dental Practitioners, dentistry is all that we do including cleaning, extractions, and oral surgery. Your dog and cat will receive the best in oral care. Call Us Nowfor an Appointment

What Sets Us Apart

What sets Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta apart from other general practices is that we are solely focused on oral health for Cats and Dogs. Call Us Nowfor an Appointment

Dental X-Rays

We at Veterinary Dental Center of Atlanta recognize how important Dental X-Rays is to perform both before and after any kind of procedure through years of experience with dogs and cats. Call Us Nowfor an Appointment

Canine Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis (CUPS) – Diagnosis and Treatment

One of the relatively painful, common, and often debilitating diseases of the mouth involving the gums, mucous membranes, and tongue is Canine Stomatitis also formerly known as Canine Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis (CUPS). It has been renamed recently as Canine Chronic Ulcerative Stomatitis (CCUS). Most people are familiar with the term CUPS. This article will refer… Continue reading Canine Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis (CUPS) – Diagnosis and Treatment

Tooth Resorption in Cats Unfortunately Often Goes Undiagnosed

Tooth resorption in cats unfortunately often goes undiagnosed. Full mouth veterinary dental radiographs are needed for both diagnosis and treatment. Oral disease in cats comprises four major conditions: periodontal disease, oral neoplasia (particularly squamous cell carcinoma), feline stomatitis and tooth resorption. Tooth resorption in cats has previously referred to by several terms including cervical line… Continue reading Tooth Resorption in Cats Unfortunately Often Goes Undiagnosed