It all starts with great oral care.
PVDS WILL BE CLOSED FOR APPOINTMENTS FROM FEB 26- MARCH 7.
Parking available at the back of the building, go down the alley and look for the PVDS logo. Parking is also available out front for 2 hours for free AFTER 9 am.
Prairie Veterinary Dental Services has MOVED!
We are very excited to have a beautiful, large space of our own. You can find us at 10822 124th!
Welcome to Prairie Veterinary Dental Services
PVDS is a veterinary dental referral practice operating inside our beautiful new clinic in the vibrant area of 124st in Edmonton. Heather Lam, DVM and Brie Smith, RVT of PVDS have worked tirelessly to ensure that our practice is well equipped to provide state of the art veterinary dental care to patients in Edmonton, throughout Alberta and beyond. We see patients on both DVM referral and pet owner self-referral basis.
Prairie Veterinary Dental Services provides prompt diagnosis and treatment of oral and dental disease including periodontal disease, fractured teeth, malocclusions, oral tumors, and oral and maxillofacial trauma including jaw fractures. We are also huge advocates of professional dental cleanings, also referred to as dental prophylaxis. Regular (nightly) tooth brushing at home is essential to the maintenance of good oral health but when dental tartar starts to form and/or gingivitis occurs, a professional cleaning is critical to preventing the progression of periodontal disease.
A thorough health assessment, including examination of the oral cavity, and review of a patient’s medical history is performed prior to scheduling a dental procedure with us. This step provides the information we need to ensure your companion gets the treatment they require in the safest way possible.
Please submit a request for a consultation and we will look forward to meeting you and your companion.
Our Valued Clients
Prairie Veterinary Dental Services respectfully honours that we are situated upon Treaty 6 territory and the traditional Lands of many diverse groups of Indigenous peoples such as the nêhiyaw/ Cree, Dené Anishinaabe/ Saulteaux, Niitsitapi/ Blackfoot, Nakota Isga / Nakota Sioux, Métis’ and Inuit ancestors and families.
It is with gratitude that we honour and respect this territory on which we live, work and support community, and the Peoples who for millennia have passed on their history, languages, ceremonies and culture from one generation to the next. As an animal welfare organization, we are particularly inspired by Indigenous environmental stewardship and the spiritual significance of human-animal relationships within Indigenous cultures.