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Veterinary Surgery and What Happens in the Operating Room

Apr 26

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Veterinary Surgery and What Happens in the Operating Room
  Our veterinary surgeons, Dr. Breitstein and Dr. Tepper work together to determine the least invasive and most effective procedures for your pets. Whether it's a recommended spay or neuter, a lump or bump that needs to be removed, a tooth that needs repair or a full mouth cleaning dental procedure to oral surgery, to procedures used to diagnose and treat arthritis lameness and some other debilitating conditions, our surgeons are equipped to perform a variety of gentle techniques, whenever possible to promote rapid diagnosis. repair, and healing and to minimize our patient's discomfort and, of course, your concerns.. We are equipped with state-of-the-art surgical suite, trained team members, and monitoring equipment to allow for the safest and most effective monitoring of our patients. To ensure the health and well-being of your pet, routine and some not so routine surgeries are available at our Animal Hospital. General surgical procedures and some more advanced surgical procedures can include ear surgeries, skin surgeries, leg surgeries, oral surgery and most soft tissue surgeries. Some more advanced procedures are often referred to our surgical specialists and we're glad to provide that bridge between our general hospital because we do have the knowledge to know when to refer to our surgical specialists when the need arises. We are proud of our experienced and loving pet care professionals and veterinarians  who are here to help you and your fur babies.   Please call your pet's vet at 732-972-3201 for any questions you may have for the surgical needs of the pets in your home.