Best veterinary dental care available for your pets!  Compassion for pets and their owners.

 Dale Kressin, DVM, DAVDC - Animal Dentistry & Oral Surgery Specialists - Oshkosh, WI     Chad Clickner (left), Dr. Kressin (center) Dr. Steve Honzelka (right): Greenfield, Glendale, Oshkosh

 Dr. Dale Kressin                         Drs. Honzelka & Kressin and Mr. Chad Clickner

Dr. Kressin is a board certified veterinary dentist.  His team has an extreme passion to help veterinarians, animal owners and their pets.  The mission is to diagnose first and then to treat optimally.  The team takes the necessary time to carefully listen and to provide compassionate care. We are respectful of all relationships.  This is our professional brochure.

This "team effort" allows for optimal dental care of your pets! Our entire staff is devoted to the improvement of your animal's life through proper veterinary dental care or veterinary oral surgery. Be assured we will treat your pets as our family!

Dental Health is important every month (not just in February)! TV interview about pet dental health from vet news network.

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