A first-class veterinary dental clinic that provides all kinds of services for the diagnosis and treatment of dental diseases, oral cavities and jaws.
The Unit for Dentistry became fully operational at the Small Animal Clinic in 1988. Following extensive renovation and modernisation in 2016, it is now a leading veterinary dental surgery, which provides all kinds of services for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the teeth, oral cavity and jaw. It also cooperates with other clinics and institutes in Slovenia and further afield.
The clinic mainly treats cats and dogs. In collaboration with veterinarians - specialists in other animal species – occasionally other animals such as rabbits, rodents, ferrets and horses are also treated. Since general anaesthesia is often required for surgery, animals are treated by a well-trained team of highly trained experts in small animal medicine.
- oral hygiene
- periodontal treatment and surgery
Tooth damage and root canal treatment
- vital pulpectomy
- total pulpectomy
- stained teeth
- periodontal trauma - avulsions/luxations
Oral and maxillofacial surgery
- tooth extraction
- oncology surgery
- jaw fractures
- congenital and acquired defects of roof of the mouth
Canine and feline oral cavity diseases
- oral tumors
- chronic feline gingivostomatitis
- resorption of teeth in felines
- odontogenic canine cysts
- eosinophilic granuloma
- craniomandibular osteopathy
- autoimmune diseases
- myositis of the chewing muscles
- hypersensitivity to medicine
- idiopathic trigeminal neuritis
- and more
- anterior and posterior crossbite
- open bite
- acquired malocclusions
Orthodental treatment is performed only on animals whose irregular bite causes clinical problems. We do not treat animals for aesthetic bite repair. It is advisable not to breed the animals treated with orthodontic treatment.
- restoration of teeth
- metal crowns
Dental procedures are carried out on all weekdays between 8am and 3pm, and outside these times in the case of emergencies. To make an appointment call 01 4779 277 from 8am to 7pm on weekdays and 8am to 1:30pm on Saturdays. Appointments during the week can be in the morning or afternoon; there is a waiting period of up to 7 days. In the event of an emergency contact the 24-hour helpline on 090 60 22.