What is Involved in a Referral to Sydney Pet Dentistry?

Once the appointment is arranged things are pretty straight forward. Don’t feed your pet on the morning of the consultation in case general anaesthesia is required. If possible make sure your pet goes to the toilet beforehand as well. Aim to arrive approximately 10...

How Can I Make an Appointment with Sydney Pet Dentistry?

Clinical cases are seen by appointment. Sydney Pet Dentistry consults at the Animal Referral Hospital on Thursdays from 8.30am-10.30am. The Animal Referral Hospital is located at 250 Parramatta Road, Homebush, NSW 2140. To book an appointment contact the Animal...

Are You a Specialist Veterinary Dentist?

Christine is not a specialist veterinary dentist. She has done further study and training in small animal dentistry, and has limited her clinical practice to this field since 2007. Christine attained membership of the Veterinary Dentistry Chapter of the Australian...
What Exactly are Feline Resorptive Lesions?

What Exactly are Feline Resorptive Lesions?

Feline resorptive lesions (otherwise known as feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions or neck lesions) are a very common cause of dental pain in our feline friends. In fact, studies have shown that once cats reach middle age, at least half of them will have one or...