For dental care and operations please ask to see our Clinical Director Jo Patrick.
Dental hygiene and associated conditions can be assessed and treated in our state of the art dental operating room with the latest equipment.
Our investment in training and ongoing clinical developments is your assurance that at Park View we can provide the professional services you need within our own hospital.
Sue Ashcroft holds the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Veterinary Dermatology, and is interested in all aspects of small animal skin disease.
If you have an animal with skin disease and would like to make an appointment with Sue, please contact the surgery. You may be asked to fill out a questionnaire for long standing or complicated cases, and a longer than usual appointment may be necessary.
At Park View you can choose key hole surgery for some procedures - typically for bitch spays:
Our Clinical Director Sarah Bartlett can talk you you through this option and advise if its best for your pet.
What is laparoscopy?
Laparoscopy, known as keyhole surgery, is a minimally invasive operating technique which is commonly used in humans and now increasingly in our pets.
It involves operating in the abdomen though very small incisions, usually about 1cm long, using a camera to see inside the body. This allows the surgeon to see all the abdominal organs more clearly than with traditional surgery.
The operation is performed using one or two instruments introduced to the abdomen through the small incisions using the images from the camera on a TV screen.
Park View offer an inclusive price for this procedure, please telephone us for our detailed leaflet on the surgery and its benefits on 01522 683300.