Our Advanced Dental Services Give Your Clients Something to Smile About
Routine professional dental cleanings are essential for your patients’ overall health and well-being. But when they require advanced care, count on Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists (BEVS) to partner with you. Our dentistry department, led by Bill Kellner, DVM, offers a full range of veterinary dental services, including root canals, difficult extractions, surgery, orthodontics, and more:
  • Dental imaging 
  • Endodontics 
  • Feline dentistry 
  • Maxillofacial surgery
  • Oral surgery 
  • Orthodontics 
  • Periodontics 
  • Prosthodontics 
  • Restorations 
  • Senior, geriatric, and fragile pet dental/oral care 
Bill Kellner, DVM
Dr. Kellner is a graduate of the University of Vermont and Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He began his career at a mixed-animal hospital in New Mexico before moving back to Vermont to focus on companion animal care. He has trained under several leading veterinary dental experts and has over 25 years of experience practicing advanced veterinary dentistry. He also has completed advanced anesthesia and pain management training. 
Dr. Kellner is a member of several professional organizations, including:
  • American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
  • Vermont Veterinary Medical Association (VVMA)
  • American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS)
  • Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry
  • International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management
  • Human-Animal Bond Association (HABA)
We Use Anesthesia for All Dental Procedures
Anesthesia makes it possible to perform dental procedures, including exams and X-rays, with less stress and pain for the pet. Most importantly, anesthesia allows for a thorough examination and cleaning above the gum line where bacteria is hidden, without risk of injury.
We utilize the latest anesthesia protocols and an experienced veterinary technician is dedicated to anesthetic monitoring. Dr. Kellner and his team employ progressive pain management techniques and medication to keep pets comfortable during and after the dental procedure. This comprehensive approach ensures the best outcome for your patients.
A Truly Collaborative Approach

The best relationships successfully serve the interests of both partners. Our goal is to support you, your practice, and your patients in a manner that works well for all parties.

Each month, we will be sending you information about our services and other items we hope you find helpful. If you have any questions, or would like to discuss a patient, please call us at 802.863.BEVS (2387). To help expedite the referral process, you can fill out our Patient Referral Form online, or visit our Referring Veterinary Portal. We’re here to help in whatever way we can.

Our COVID-19 protocols remain in place for the safety of our clients and our team. We are experiencing a high demand for emergency veterinary services. Therefore, we are triaging all emergency cases to care for the most critically injured or ill pets first. Please visit our COVID-19 web page to learn about all of our safety protocols, including specialty appointments, visitation, discharge, medication refills, end-of-life options, and more.
Burlington Emergency and Veterinary Specialists
1417 Marshall Avenue, Williston, VT 05495 | 802.863.2387 | bevsvt.com
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