Martina Cathry - Our dental specialist

Tooth extraction as the only treatment option for early periodontitis, a fractured tooth, or malocclusion is pretty unsatisfactory for the patient, the owner, and the treating veterinarian—there had to be more options! Out of this interest, I began to train in veterinary dentistry.

This is just one of the reasons why I decided to go into dentistry. What I find particularly fascinating about working in this field is the combination of manual skills and the "helping" aspect, i.e., I can give the animal a better quality of life with my treatment.

Driven by my passion and dedication, I have been immersing myself in the study of small animal dentistry for several years at the European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies (ESAVS). My goal is to obtain a Master of Advanced Studies in Veterinary Medicine / Dentistry, further solidifying my expertise in this field.

I am also a Swiss Society of Veterinary Dentistry (SSVD) member.

I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to offer a wide range of highly specialized dental services in our small animal practice, particularly for dogs and cats. This allows me to play a significant role in raising awareness about the importance of 'dental diseases in small animals' among pet owners, ultimately benefiting my animal patients.

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