Pet Dental Services Wisconsin Relies On

Our Dental Suite is Equipped Similarly to a Human Dental Office Using Advanced Techniques, Materials and Digital Dental Radiography

Like a human dentist, our board-certified veterinary dentist, Gwenn Schamberger, DVM, DAVDC, treats conditions in your pet such as malocclusions, jaw fractures, and oral cancer. Root canals, crowns, and vital pulp therapy are also common procedures in veterinary dentistry.

Since most animal dental patients are treated under general anesthesia, we pay special attention to our anesthetic protocols, utilizing our veterinary anesthesiologist to customize anesthesia to the needs of your pet. We work closely with you, your pet, and your primary care veterinarian for the best outcome.

Periodontal Procedures

Treatment of All Stages of Periodontal Disease

Infection of the soft tissues and bone supporting the teeth.

Tooth Scaling and Polishing
Root Planing
Mucogingival Surgery for Guided Tissue and Bone Regeration

Surgery to save teeth rather than extraction.

Endodontic Procedures

Root Canal Therapy for Fractured Teeth/Pulpitis/Pulp Exposure

Treatment of the inside of the tooth to prevent/treat infection.

Vital Pulp Therapy for Acute Pulp Exposure In Young Animals/Crown Reductions

Oral Surgery

Difficult and/or Extensive Dental Extractions
Jaw Fracture Repair/Stabilization
Oronasal Fistula Repair

Closing open communication between the mouth and nose to prevent/treat infection.

Oral Tumors (Including Maxillectomies and Manidbulectomies)

Maxillectomies and Mandibulectomies are types of surgery to remove a portion of the upper or lower jaw.

Common oral tumors include:

  • Fibromatons/ossifying epulus
  • Malignant melanoma
  • Acanthomatons ameloblastoma
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Fibrosarcoma
Dislocated Teeth Stabilization
Palatal Defect Repair

Oral Disease Management

Stomatitis

More common in cats, stomatitis is severe inflammation of the entire mouth with unknown cause.

Tooth Resorption

Common condition in cats – the body “eats” away at the teeth.  It can be painful and the cause is unknown.

Oral Manifestations of Systemic Disease
Oral Autoimmune Disorders

Orthodontic Procedures

Correction of Traumatic Malocclusions

Where the upper and lower teeth don’t align properly – resulting in teeth hitting other teeth or into the gums/palate.

Placement of Orthodontic Appliances
Bite Evaluations

Restorative Procedures

Cast Metal Crowns
Composite Fillings/Esthetic Bonding

Dental Treatment on High-Risk Anesthesia Cases

OUR DENTIST

OUR DENTAL TECHNICIANS

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