If your dog or cat is in need of pet dental care you should find a board certified veterinary dentist, certified by the American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC). A board certified veterinary dentist has the most extensive training and is highly experienced in the diagnosis, care of dental disease and oral surgery for dogs and cats. When you choose a board certified veterinary dentist, you can count on the absolute best possible dental care for your family’s pets. All of the following veterinary dentists hold board certification from the AVDC:

Arizona Veterinary Dentist – Michael Balke, DVM, DAVDC, Curt Coffman, DVM, DAVDC, Chris Visser, DVM, DAVDC
Arizona Veterinary Dental Specialists, board certified vet dentists serving Arizona and the Southwest region. www.azvetdentists.com

California Veterinary Dentist – Brook Niemiec, DVM, DAVDC
Southern California Veterinary Dental Specialties, board certified vet dentists serving California & Nevada. www.dogbeachvet.com

Colorado Veterinary Dentist – Patrick Vall, DVM, DAVDC
Animal Dental Care, board certified vet dentists serving Colorado. www.wellpets.com

Florida Veterinary Dentist – Mike Peak, DVM, DAVDC
The Pet Dentist, board certified vet dentists serving the greater Tampa Bay area. www.thepetdentist.com

Louisiana Veterinary Dentist – Brook Niemiec, DVM, DAVDC
Gulf South Veterinary Dental Specialties & Oral Surgery, board certified vet dentists serving New Orleans and the greater Gulf Coast area. www.dogbeach.com

Montana Veterinary Dentist – Tony Woodward, DVM, DAVDC
Montana Pet Dentistry & Oral Surgery, board certified vet dentist serving Montana and surrounding Rocky Mountain Region. www.montanapetdental.com

Washington Veterinary Dentist – Allen Matsen, DVM, DAVDC
Eastside Veterinary Dentistry, board certified vet dentists serving the greater Seattle, Washington area. www.EastSideVeterinaryDentistry.com

Wisconsin Veterinary Dentist – Dale Kressin, DVM, DAVDC
Animal Dentistry and Oral Surgery Specialists, board certified vet dentists serving Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Wisconsin & Minnesota area. www.mypetsdentist.com

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