Broken or Discolored Teeth: treatment may include root canal therapy or extraction(s)
- Enamel Defects
- Feline Stomatitis and Gingivitis
- Jaw Fractures
Oral Tumors: Biopsy and definitive surgery, including maxillectomy, mandibulectomy, and lingual masses
Periodontitis: Treatment may include root planning, bone grafts, guided tissue regeneration, advanced gingival flap surgeries, and extractions
Oral Surgery: Simple and complex extractions, gingival enlargement excision, extraction of retained deciduous teeth, oromaxillofacial tumor surgery.
Orthodontics: Treatment of malocclusions, including crown shortening and vital pulp therapy, odontoplasty, crown extensions or inclined planes, orthodontic movement of teeth, and selective extractions.
Prosthodontics: Placement of metal or tooth-colored crowns to protect damaged or root canal-treated teeth.
Periodontics: periodontal cleaning, root planing, guided tissue regeneration.
Endodontics: root canal therapy for broken or non-vital (discolored) teeth; crown shortening and vital pulp therapy
Senior, geriatric, and fragile pet dental/oral care: Dr. Kellner’s residency training included advanced anesthesia training. It’s common for our team to manage complex anesthesia cases.
Dental imaging offered: In addition to the routine use of full mouth intraoral radiography, we utilize CT to aid in diagnosis and treatment planning for pets with trauma or oromaxillofacial tumors.