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Advanced Veterinary Dentistry

PRACTICE LIMITED TO VETERINARY DENTISTRY

High-Tech Dentistry for Dogs and Catswith Love!

        

Why advanced dental treatment for your cat or dog?

Because Pets are People Too!

Pets are family. And, just like people, pets may need advanced dental diagnostics and treatment. That's the inspiration behind Advanced Veterinary Dentistry - the Valley's only dog and cat practice with a special focus on dentistry.

Advanced Veterinary Dentistry serves Greater LA including Los Angeles, Pasadena, the San Gabriel Valley, the San Fernando Valley, the Santa Clarita Valley and surrounding areas.  We provide a wide range of pet dentist services for cats and dogs including Periodontics (gum disease), Endodontics (saving teeth with root canals) and Orthodontics.  We also provide consultations, oral exams, state-of-the-art digital dental x-rays, home care training and cleanings.

AVD operates on a referral basis with your Veterinary General Practitioner.  See your Veterinarian if you think your pet may need to see a pet dentist!

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Dr. Jennifer Lynn is a licensed veterinarian with a special interest in dentistry.  She has practiced veterinary dentistry in the Los Angeles area for over 15 years. 

Her dedicated staff are animal lovers and will treat your pet with kindness and compassion.  They will look at your pet's visit through the eyes of your pet and do everything they can to provide calm comfort and reassurance.

The entire AVD Team is focused on your pet's health and well-being and providing both you and your pet with knowledge, kindness and care at every step.

Beyond first rate dental care, we make sure our clinic is comfortable, kid-friendly, and a very calm environment so your pet can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our team.

We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets' teeth.  The best way to maintain your pet's dental health is with home care and regular professional cleanings.  If you have any questions, please call 626-356-3110 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. 

Our office is conveniently located right off the Foothill (210) Freeway at San Gabriel Blvd in beautiful Pasadena.  You can find directions on our Contact Us page. 

At Advanced Veterinary Dentistry, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are because we believe that "pets are people too!"


Advanced Veterinary Dentistry, Inc.

150 N San Gabriel Blvd, Suite 400 

Pasadena, CA 91107

Phone 626-356-3110

Fax 626-356-3112

Covid-19 Update

We are open!

We are following LA County and State guidelines and implementing "best practice" social distancing.  For more information:

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Testimonial

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "My mom is so smart. Want proof? She took me to see Dr. Lynn, ...to get my broken and chipped teeth fixed. I was a little nervous, but they made me feel at home and took amazing care of me from my initial consultation all they way through the post-op check up appointment. They had all these awesome things that helped me be so comfy while I was taking a "nap" and getting my root canal. I recovered great and have shiny white teeth again. Be smart like my mom and bring your pups here for an exceptional experience. Don't forget to brush!"
    LooLoo K

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