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Plain radiographs (x-rays), contrast studies - upper and lower GI dye studies, dye studies of urinary tract. 


  • Suspected bone fractures or joint dislocation

  • Monitoring fracture healing

  • Joint abnormalities

  • Diagnosing and monitoring heart disease

  • Pulmonary (lung) disease

  • Diagnosing and monitoring tumors

  • Gastrointestinal disease

  • Assessment of body trauma

  • Evaluation of tooth roots

Key Benefits:

  • Non-invasive

  • Allows visualization of internal organs and bones

Dental Radiographs

The majority of dental problems occur below the gum line, so dental radiographs greatly improve our ability to offer the best dental care to our patients. Cats and dogs present a diagnostic challenge because they are masters at disguising pain and rarely stop eating because of dental problems. 

For this reason, all patients in for a dental cleaning have a full series of dental radiographs.

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