The First Board Certified Veterinary Dentist in Tennessee

Dr. Stein spent several years in a residency mastering advanced dental and oral surgical techniques allowing us to provide your pet with high quality oral care.

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Want to learn more about your pet's dental health? Here is what you can do and how we can help. 

Find referral information and how you can boost the standards of veterinary dentistry in your practice.

A copious amount of companion animals suffer from undiagnosed dental complications. Dental, oral, and maxillofacial diseases are the most common diseases that veterinarians see in dogs and cats.  Untreated and under-treated dental disease pose a concern for animal welfare, therefore, the World Small Animal Veterinary Association developed guidelines for veterinarians to receive the information needed to provide higher standard of dental care. Click to download the World Small Animal Veterinary Association Global Dental Guidelines

Working dogs and rescue groups receive free consultations!

This is the least we can do for the hard working dogs and their handlers and for those pets still waiting on their forever home. Please contact us if you have questions about treatment beyond the initial consultation.

There is simply no way for all disease to be identified and properly treated without the aid of anesthesia. Want to know more? Click on the image above.

Understanding the need for general anesthesia

You could be asking for trouble! Fractured teeth can be caused by trauma, but the majority of broken teeth are a result of chewing on hard objects such as antlers, hooves, bully sticks, and nylabones. Click on the image above to learn more and find susbtitute chew toys. 

My dog chews on bones
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