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Dentistry

aaha-logo-smThe Dentistry Specialty Service at Angell Animal Medical Center has been proud to provide quality oral health care to pets and education to clients and veterinarians since 1998.

We are an experienced, dentistry-dedicated technical staff, with experience treating high-anesthesia-risk patients.

Coordination and consultation with the other specialty services at Angell helps to provide optimal patient care.  Some of the specialty services we work with include: Avian and Exotic Medicine, Cardiology, Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Oncology and Surgery.

Contact

350 S. Huntington Ave,
Boston MA 02130

Phone: 617-522-7282
Email: Dentistry@angell.org
Fax: 617-522-4885

Hours

Monday (surgery)
Tuesday (surgery) Consultations 8:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday (surgery)
Thursday (surgery) Consultations 8:00am - 4:00pm
Friday (surgery)

Meet the team

Referral Forms

Referral Forms

If you have any questions please contact Michael Johnson at:

The referral line:
617-522-7282
or
The referral fax:
617-989-1636

Click to fill online form

Available Services

Periodontal Treatment

  • Dental examination
  • Dental radiography
  • Dental scaling and polishing
  • Advanced periodontal pocket therapy
  • Surgical tooth extraction

Fractured Teeth

  • Dental radiography
  • Endodontics
  • Root canal treatments with Lightspeed Endodontic System
  • Vital pulpotomy
  • Surgical tooth extraction

Malocclusion

  • Deciduous/permanent tooth extractions
  • Orthodontic treatment

Oral Neoplasia

  • Dental radiography
  • Biopsy/Histology
  • Maxillectomy/mandibulectomy
  • Coordinate with Oncology Department for adjunctive therapy

Jaw Fractures

  • Dental radiography
  • Intra-oral fixation
  • Fracture fixation

Dentistry Articles

How to Brush Your Dog's Teeth

Dental disease (especially periodontal disease) is the most common disease in our canine companions. It is also one of the most preventable and treatable diseases.

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How to Tell if Your Dog Has Dental Disease

The recognition and treatment of dental disease is all-to-often overlooked by veterinarians and pet owners alike.

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Which Chews Are Safe For My Pet?

The Good vs. The Bad

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