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Veterinary Dentisty

Advances in techniques and equipment in veterinary dentistry are significantly responsible for the increased longevity of our beloved pets over the last 20 years. From improvements in pre-operative lab testing, safer inhalation anesthetics, and efficient dental equipment the processes involved in taking care of your pets' teeth have vastly improved.

We all know how painful diseased teeth and gums can be, let alone the adverse effects of chronic infection on body organs like the heart, lungs, liver and kidneys. Ultrasonic cleaning of the tartar followed by preventative home care by the owner is the long term key to your loved one's health. We will be glad to help you help your pet not only in treatment but also prevention of dental disease.

Web sites with more information: 
Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
Veterinary Oral Health Council
Veterinary Oral Health Council (on American Veterinary Dental College site)

Vet's First Choice

Order your pet's medication online through Vet's First Choice Pharmacy!

Office Hours

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Monday8am6pm
Tuesday8am6pm
Wednesday8am6pm
Thursday8am6pm
Friday8am6pm
Saturday8amNoon
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For more critical emergencies where time is of the essence:

Emergency Animal Clinic of Topeka
5501 SW 29th, (29th and I-470)

Topeka, KS 66606 
(785) 272-2926

Kansas State University Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital

1800 Denison Ave, Manhattan, KS 66506

(785)532-5690

Blue Pearl Emergency Medicine for Pets

11959 West 110th Street, Suite B, Overland Park, KS 66210

(913)381-0421

Animal Poison Control Center
(888) 426-4435