We have state of the art facilities with a comprehensive range of diagnostic tools at our disposal. Our Veterinarians have extensive experience in operating this equipment to provide accurate and fast diagnosis.
The quality of the images are far superior to what we were able to take previously, meaning the images are much more diagnostic, especially when we need to be able to see subtle changes to the bone and soft tissue. We can manipulate a digital image by magnifying any area, or even reversing the black and white of the image to accentuate abnormalities.
When your dental arch no longer has any teeth, a complete denture is the optimal solution. You can choose the traditional kind that latches to the gum line or choose to have dentures that are anchored by dental implants. The latter option has the best hold, but involves surgery. Our dentists can discuss all the details so you can make an informed decision.
Our endoscope is a one metre long fibre optic flexible endoscope, which allows us to investigate gastrointestinal problems non-invasively. We are also able to biopsy areas which are problematic, or retrieve foreign objects which are lodged in the oesophagus.
In-house Laboratory Facilities
We have a comprehensive in house laboratory suite that enables us to carry out an extensive range of diagnostic tests efficiently and accurately. This enables us to readily diagnose and monitor our patients. This means minimising the time between diagnosis and treatment to ensure that we are able to tailor our treatment plan to ensure the best outcome for your pet.