Setting the Standard for Surgical Care
Your family’s best friend deserves expert veterinary surgical care. Find it at the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center (DVSC), where we offer the highest level of surgical expertise and specialized care for your pets.
For more than 25 years, DVSC has served as the surgical resource for veterinarians throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our entire team of veterinary experts has specialty ACVS surgical training, and our experienced staff offers a wide range of services under one roof.
Our Top 3 Veterinary Surgical Services
Our veterinary surgeons have been involved with the development of several neurosurgical techniques currently in use nationwide. The most common neurosurgical diseases seen at the DVSC are cervical and thoracolumbar disc herniation, lumbosacral compression, spinal fracture and luxations, cervical vertebral instability (Wobblers disease) and atlanto-axial subluxation.
Orthopedic procedures, from the most common diseases like cranial cruciate ligament ruptures to the most complicated multiple limb fractures and angular limb deformities, are common in our practice. We employ all advanced external fixation devices and intraoperative radiology to insure every case has most appropriate stabilization.
We routinely perform a wide range of soft tissue
procedures, including all thoracic and abdominal
cases. Reconstructive procedures and skin grafting
are commonly used in trauma cases. Our veterinary surgeons are trained in every aspect of soft tissue surgery and surgical oncology. We are continually incorporating minimally invasive veterinary surgery whenever it is appropriate.
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