The student will assist with clinical referral cases.
Other DVMs at our practice:
Chris Visser MRCVS, FAVD, DAVDC , DEVDC- Dentistry
Glenn Brigden, DVM, DAVDC- Dentistry
Mike Balke DVM, Dental Resident
Victoria Lukasik, DVM DACVA - Anesthesia
library of all veterinary dental texts and educational materials
required by the American Veterinary Dental College. Our practice is an
approved residency training site for the American Veterinary Dental
At Arizona Veterinary Dental Specialists, we are equipped to treat
all aspects of oral health for pets, including oral surgery, root canal
therapy, periodontal surgery and metal crown restorations. We use
materials and techniques that are current with the latest research and
published data in the field of veterinary and human dentistry.
All of our offices use state of the art anesthetic monitoring
systems to provide us with continuous readings of the dog or cat's vital
organ systems. These monitor the EKG, heart rate, blood pressure, body
temperature, oxygen saturation and amount of carbon dioxide exhaled.
With these values, we are able to treat abnormalities before they can
compromise the patient’s safety. Our clinics are also equipped with
in-house blood machines that help evaluate a pet's vital organs prior to
Assist the doctors and technical staff with referral dentistry and oral surgery patients.
6-8 hours each day of clinical work under the direct supervision of one of the Board certified dentists or residents.