Veterinarians Meeting the Dental Needs of Pets in Boxborough Since 1999
Whether you’re seeking advanced veterinary dental services for a patient or for your own pet, Veterinary Dental Services truly is the right place for you. Our veterinarians have been providing state-of-the-art veterinary dental care and oral surgery in Massachusetts for almost 20 years while keeping the safety and comfort of our patients at the forefront.
As a specialty practice, we offer personalized dental service with a gentle touch for pets throughout Massachusetts, and the entire New England region. You’ll find our facility just near Route 495 and Route 2.
We are also an American Animal Hospital-accredited referral hospital, which means we hold ourselves to a higher standard with our services to our patients and to our clients. Pets are our passion, and keeping them healthy is our #1 priority. Here, we strive to deliver excellent care for pets in a calm, relaxing atmosphere of trust, because they deserve nothing less.
What Sets Our Animal Hospital Apart
Veterinary Dental Services is staffed with a highly skilled team of dental professionals, many of whom are pet owners themselves. Our veterinary dentists are Board Certified Veterinary Dentists™ as recognized by the American Veterinary Dental College, and our certified veterinary technicians have received specialized training in dentistry. As a practice, our focus is set not just on providing advanced dental care for pets but on educating pet owners on the importance of at-home dental care for disease prevention.
Our dental operatory is equipped with digital dental radiography, computerized dental charting software, and cone beam CT technology for dogs and cats. We abide by AAHA’s anesthesia and dental guidelines, and we customize anesthesia to the needs of our patients.
Our Veterinarian’s Mission
- To provide high quality veterinary dentistry, oral surgery, and anesthesia
- To treat patients and pet owners with compassion and respect
- To give pets a comfortable mouth which is free of pain and infection
- To maintain and preserve oral function
- To educate our clients about dental disease and prevention
- To communicate with referring veterinarians providing timely updates and education