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Advanced Dentistry & Oral Surgery Referral Practice

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Referring Veterinarians

Animal Dental Clinic is a specialty and referral practice that provides advanced dental care, continuing education and advice to referring veterinarians. Advanced dentistry and oral surgery for pets is our focus, and we do not offer general veterinary care. Our referral process starts with a consultation oral exam. Once our dentist has completed the exam and discussed their finding with your client, we will then put together a treatment plan and schedule their procedure.

Complete our Referral Form online

Animal Dental Clinic works closely with veterinarians all over the Pacific Northwest to provide complementary levels of advanced oral care for your patients. If you wish to refer your patient to see one of our dentists, please email us the last year of medical records, current lab work (see below), photos x-rays and any additional concerns you have, and email to animaldentalnw@gmail.com. If you feel this case is more of an urgent/emergent in nature please call the hospital to discuss with one of our dentists.

Here at Animal Dental Clinic, blood-work is required within 30 days to 3 months of an anesthetic procedure, depending on age and health of the patient. If the patient does not have current blood work or a cardiac workup (when necessary) can delay patient scheduling. Here are the recommended lab profiles that are requested by our dentists. Having these completed prior to our consultation is essential to facilitate scheduling of the recommended surgical treatment. The following blood work is recommend based on species and age:

  • Canine patients (4 month to 10 years): Pre-Op or Jr. Wellness Brief chemistry panel with complete CBC.
  • Canine patients (10 years and older): Total Body Function; Extended Senior Chemistry Panel, Complete CBC, and a Thyroid Profile if appropriate.
  • Feline patients (4 months to 10 years): Junior Wellness or Pre-Op Chemistry Panel; Brief chemistry with complete CBC.
  • Feline patients (10 years and older): Total Body Function or Senior Panel; Extended Chemistry, Complete CBC, T4, with ProBnp.