Veterinary Dentist Ohio
Helping you find the way to better dentistry in your practice.
Learn how to efficiently provide the very best veterinary oral health care for your patients from a Board Certified expert in veterinary dentistry and oral surgery.
Board Certified Veterinary Dentist
Over 30 Years of Dental and Surgical Experience
Ongoing Dental and Surgical Support
General practice veterinarians should have access to advanced oral care treatments.
As a family veterinarian, you and your staff should have confidence that you’re providing the best and most comprehensive care for your patients. Lack of proper equipment and solid knowledge base of up-to-date surgical techniques in your veterinary dental practice can lead to the fear of making mistakes and harming animals, or frustration in an under equipped facility. Having the knowledge to diagnose correctly and provide preventative oral care and treatments is so important to the overall health of pets.
We understand each veterinary clinic or hospital has different levels of need in their dental practice.
As the first veterinarian from the state of Ohio to be board certified, Midwestern Veterinary Dentistry and Consulting will be a consistent resource for you and your staff by providing specialized dental care and surgical procedures and training right in your own clinic. Midwestern Veterinary Dentistry and Consulting also offers several hands-on varieties of dental training and consultation at our beautiful training facility.
Continuing Education Courses
Dental and Surgical Lecture Series
Dental Services & Oral Surgery Services
In-house Wet Lab Training
Ongoing Dental Consulting Services
We’re here to help you in all facets of veterinary dental care.
From training classes and consultation services, to on-site surgical services, Midwestern Veterinary Dentistry and Consulting is here to support you.
Providing specialized dental treatment and oral surgery in your veterinary clinic through teaching, support, and encouragement.
Schedule a Discovery Call
Our first call will allow us to determine your basic needs and start a dialogue on the needs of your individual practice.
On-Site Dental Practice Evaluation
We’ll come to your facility and take a deep dive into your level of staff experience, dental processes, and equipment needs.
Create a Plan of Action
Based on our evaluation, we’ll propose recommendations based on the individual needs of your practice. We’ll guide you through each step of the process.
Guide New Dental Processes
We’ll personally guide you through improvements in training, dental processes and equipment integration. We will continue to be your resource during and after implementation.
Improper dental and oral surgical standards could have lasting negative effects on your practice.
When it comes to complete veterinary care, don’t let lack of training and confidence in your dental processes hurt your practice. Not having the right dental expertise could lead to staff frustration and turnover, loss of clientele, and worse, harm to your patients. A lack of oral health knowledge and practice often results in persistent dental diseases in your patients.
Veterinary dentistry can be so much easier and even fun for your staff.
Put your customers and staff at ease with proven dental processes. With ongoing support from Midwestern Veterinary Dentistry and Consulting, you and your staff will feel more comfortable in all dental techniques and equipment use. With our on-call support, when something arises that you need guidance on, know that we’ll be here to help. We are your safety net. Increase revenue, staff morale and have better patient re-checks.
Our clients love us... and we love them!
“Wonderful experience with Dr. Stein and two of my dogs. He's so knowledgeable, skilled and compassionate. He took the time to explain the situations clearly and concisely at a level I could understand. Always open for questions and made sure I had the information necessary to make an informed decision. HIGHLY recommend this specialist and feel fortunate to have him in our area. Thrilled you now have your own facility, Dr. Stein!”
“When our family vet discovered that my cat, Munchkin, was experiencing teeth resorption and likely was in pain, she recommended Dr. Stein to remove the deteriorating teeth. He and his wonderfully caring and attentive staff treated Munchkin like one of their own. They kept me fully informed about the procedures and what to expect. The surgery was successful, and my cat recovered without any problems. I can't thank Dr. Stein and his folks enough for their top-notch professional treatment.”
“I really have to thank [Dr. Stein and staff] for the amazing job they do every day in caring for our furry loved ones. They really have improved the health and wellbeing of my little guy, Turner. He has probably lived with dental disease and pain for a number of years. The change I see in him since his treatment is completely for the better. Turner is at least 14 years old and he is like a puppy again!”
Dr. Douglas (Bo) Crabtree, DVM
Frequently Asked Questions
What procedures fall under oral surgery?
Oral surgery is a broad term that is used for any operation performed on pets’ teeth, gums, jaws, or surrounding oral tissues or facial structures. These surgical procedures include extractions, periodontal surgery and grafting, jaw fracture repair, tumor removal, and biopsies.
What is veterinary dentistry training like?
At Buckeye Veterinary Dentistry and Consulting, we offer hands-on wet labs that will have an immediate impact on your skills and level of comfort with oral surgery as well as lectures about dental and oral anatomy, radiology, pathology, and dental procedures that help your team gain confidence and knowledge of all aspects of veterinary dentistry.
Why is dental care important for a pet?
Proper treatment and maintenance of your patient’s dental health will not only improve their quality of life, but will also have a positive impact on the bond that they share with their owners. Dental disease can lead to chronic immune stimulation, discomfort, loss of energy and playfulness, and more. There is also potential for damage to the heart, kidneys, and liver with advanced periodontal disease.