Community Veterinary Services
Dental hygiene and preventative care are rapidly expanding areas of veterinary medicine. Dentistry is one of the fastest growing niches in veterinary medicine. Early intervention to improve oral hygiene can increase the quality of life for our aging pet population. All students can expect to perform multiple dental procedures while on the Community Veterinary Services rotation. Our dentistry program encompasses all of the options one would expect, including ultrasonic cleaning, polishing, extractions, restorations, oral surgery, and digital radiography. Pain management is always considered in the management of dental and oral procedures.
Dr. Diana Eubanks provides proven leadership through both lecture-based
presentations and case management. While having a Master's of Science degree, she expanded her expertise to become a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. She recently completed training to
become a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry.
Admirably, she is in the process to become double-boarded in veterinary
dentistry through the American Veterinary Dental College.
Tooth Brushing Video