At OakVet Animal Specialty Hospital, our highly trained doctors offer expert care in dentistry and oral surgery for your pet. Equipped with sophisticated, cutting-edge equipment and advanced diagnostic imaging capabilities including dental radiography and computed tomography (CT) with 3D rendering software, our team offers a full range of specialized services including:
- Periodontal treatment (ultrasonic scaling and polishing)
- Root planing
- Guided tissue regeneration
- Mucogingival surgery
- Root canal treatment
- Vital pulp therapy
- Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
- Restoration for caries lesions and enamel defects
- Metal crown placement
- Crown height reduction
- Use of orthodontic appliances
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Surgical extractions
- Biopsy and removal of oral tumors
- Cleft palate repair
- Oronasal fistula repair
- Treatment of maxillofacial trauma and jaw fractures
- Treatment of cysts
- Oral Medicine
- Management of immune-mediated diseases and other inflammatory diseases of the mouth
REFERRAL INFORMATION FOR CLIENTS
- Ideally your pet should have seen their primary veterinarian for a annual exam within the last year.
- All patients over the age of 7 should have a full lab panel (complete blood count/chemistry panel/urinalysis +/- thyroid level) within 1 year of exam with primary veterinarian.
- All pets under the age of 7 years are recommended to have a CBC/Chemistry within the last year.
- If you don’t have a primary veterinarian, we can perform some of the diagnostics but if there are underlying medical issues/concerns they will have to be further worked up/managed by a primary veterinarian.
- All pertinent records should be sent to email@example.com if not being attached into the record directly (from all rDVM, specialists, and emergency clinics visited – please include all pertinent lab results, histopathology results, and x-rays).
- If dental radiographs were obtained and easy to send/attach please do so.
BASIC INFORMATION FOR CLIENTS
- All patients will be seen for a consultation before scheduling a procedure.
- At the consultation we will create an estimate based on the examination findings.
- At the consultation we will schedule the procedure in an appropriately timed manner.
- This is a specialty service, so pricing will tend to be higher than your local DVM.
- ROUGH ESTIMATES FOR TREATMENT:
- Periodontal cleaning/extractions (tooth removal) – $2,500-7,500 (depends on the number of teeth needing treatment and difficulty of the extractions)
- Partial/full mouth extractions in a cat for stomatitis – $5,000-9,000 (includes overnight hospitalization for pain control/supportive care after the procedure)
- RCT (Root canal) – $2,900-3,500 (depending on the tooth requiring treatment, does not include a full periodontal treatment, this would occur at a follow-up visit)
- VPT (Vital Pulp Therapy) – $2,000-3,400 (treating 1-2 teeth)
- CT/Biopsy – $4,000-6,000 (to diagnose and find out the extent of an oral tumor in preparation for possible surgery)
- Upper/lower jaw removal (surgery to treat an oral tumor) – $6,000-10,000
- We offer financing options via Care Credit, Scratch Pay, and Varidi.
- URGENT CARE APPOINTMENTS
- These appointments are reserved for pets that have urgent dental or oral conditions such as oral cancer, maxillofacial trauma (including jaw fractures), inability to open the mouth, or other conditions causing severe oral pain.
- Broken teeth or severe periodontal disease resulting in loose or abscessed teeth can be medically managed by your primary veterinarian to help keep your pet comfortable until their regular appointment with us.