Louisiana State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine has announced the reopening of their Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery Services. This includes Oral Oncology Surgery for pets with cancer affecting the mouth or jaw. Below is their press release for more information including how to contact them if you need services.
We are happy to announce a re-opening of LSU’s Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery Service. The service is run by Dr. Viacheslav Eroshin, who completed his Dentistry and Oral Surgery residency training at the University of Pennsylvania in 2009.
The new services include:
· Oral examination
· Professional dental cleaning and prophylaxis
· Intraoral radiography
· Periodontal disease treatment including gingival surgery
· Jaw fracture repair using interdental wiring technique
· Oral oncologic surgery
· Endodontics (root canal therapy) for fractured and non-vital teeth
· Correction of traumatic occlusion
· Tooth extractions including full-mouth extractions for immune-mediated gingivostomatitis
· Oronasal communication repair and palatal surgery
· Restoration placement for treatment of caries lesions and enamel defects
Oral surgery and dentistry procedures will be performed in Room 1636 (Minor Surgery suite) on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Appointments are to be scheduled with the front desk (225-578-9600). If you have a specific question regarding your own pet or a patient, please contact Dr. Eroshin directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Eroshin will be happy to show our new equipment and explain the procedures at any time.