Board Certified Veterinary DentistTM and Oral Surgeon

What is a board certified veterinary dentistTM and oral surgeon?

In order to achieve the designation of board certified veterinary dentistTM and oral surgeon one must complete four years of veterinary school, serve at least one one-year internship or have equivalent practice experience, complete the complex and rigorous requirements of a supervised training period referred to as a “residency”, take and pass a written examination then take a two day long practical examination where one has to demonstrate their competency. In addition, extensive anesthesia training is required during the residency. The average time from the start of a residency program to earning board certification status is approximately four years. Board certified veterinary dentistsTM provide services for those pet parents who want the highest quality in veterinary oral care. For more information see

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