Advanced Animal Dentistry

COVID-19 Notice

Due to the current pandemic and it’s effects on all our lives, we here at Advanced Animal Dentistry have had to change the way things are done.

We have changed our protocols to reflect this and this means some changes to the way we interact with you, but not the same high quality work we perform with your pets.

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COVID-19 Notice

Due to the current pandemic and it’s effects on all our lives, we here at Advanced Animal Dentistry have had to change the way things are done.

We have changed our protocols to reflect this and this means some changes to the way we interact with you, but not the same high quality work we perform with your pets.

Referral

Dear Colleagues,

To get the most out of referral for your patient from their visit with Advanced Animal Dentistry, there are a few things that help us out.

  • A brief description of the reason for referral and your expectations of treatment and care.
  • Provide an up to date history as well as any relevant dental, skull radiographs or photographs.
  • Perform pre-anaesthetic bloods including a CBC (if required) if you and the client would like these performed.
  • List other underlying health issues and comorbidities.

These details can be sent to us via the online form below, or by completing this PDF form and emailing it to us.

We ask that you have clients call us directly on 1300 TOOTHVET (1300 866 848) weekdays between 9am – 5pm to book an appointment.

Owners often query about estimated costs – we recommend you advise our consultation fee is $190 and they will receive an estimate at the time of the consultation. For some specific treatments please refer to our Pricing.

Please contact us directly if you require more information.

The safety and wellbeing of your patients is important to us and as all dental interventions require general anaesthesia, being aware of their overall health status is vital.

Puppy being carried

Referral Form

Please use this form to enter important information that is required when referring a patient to see Advanced Animal Dentistry.

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