187 Mt Alexander Road, Ascot Vale, VIC 3032
  03 9376 5299

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Phone 03 9376 5299
Address 187 Mt Alexander Rd
Ascot Vale, Vic., 3032
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Mon - Fri 7.00am - 7.30pm
Sat 8.30am - 3.00pm
Sun 10.00am - 1.00pm
Consultations by appointment
For emergencies call or drop in we'll fit you in

We are offering a free Wellness Examination for your new puppy or kitten. Please contact us to schedule appointment for your new family member.

*Conditions apply, by appointment.
If a medical condition is found further examination and treatment may involve costs.

Latest News

Digital Dental Radiography

We are pleased to announce that Flemington Veterinary Hospital has upgraded to digital dental radiography. 

Dental radiographs are one of the most important diagnostic tools available to a veterinary dentist. They allow the internal anatomy of the teeth, the roots and the bone that surrounds the roots to be examined. 

It is now part of the standard for veterinary dentistry, as intra-oral radiographs are necessary for accurate evaluation and diagnosis. In fact, 
the AAHA Guidelines state that “If full mouth films are not taken, the client must be informed that they were not done.”, such is their importance.

Radiographs are made using small digital sensors placed inside the patient’s mouth, and provide superior quality for examination of individual teeth or sections of the jaws compared with standard-sized veterinary radiographs. 

Because veterinary patients will not cooperate when a radiograph or sensor is placed in the mouth, taking dental radiographs requires that the patient is anesthetized or sedated. 

The radiation risk to the patient from taking dental radiographs is minimal. 

The Guidelines recommend that you radiograph the entire mouth, using either intraoral or digital radiographic systems. In one published report, intraoral radiographs revealed clinically important pathology in 27.8% of dogs and 41.7% of cats when no abnormal findings were noted on the initial examination. In patients with abnormal findings, radiography revealed additional pathology in 50% of dogs and 53.9% of cats.

The importance of radiographs is demonstrated in the following pictures. What looks like a small hole in the tooth can actually be a significant loss of tooth below the surface.

 

Digital Radiographs 

We have just invested in a new digital xray system which makes taking high-quality radiographs of your pet now even easier! It uses the most up-to-date technology to make taking diagnostic xrays a faster procedure with even more reliable results. Furthermore,the digital technology allows us to send radiographs to the USA and have them reviewed by specialists who can offer a second opinion within an hour!

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