VetCAT™ CBCT in Veterinary Use




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“The VetCAT™ has been easy to learn and implement in our practice. It is efficient and mobile, allowing us to scan every patient without slowing down our daily flow significantly. It has also provided a diagnosis that would have been missed with traditional intraoral radiography, which allows us to provide more complete treatment in some patients. It’s no small investment but we have been able to see a profit without adding significant costs to our clients.”

– Wade Gingerich, DVM, DAVDC

Pet Dental Center

Estero, FL

VetCAT™ is an essential imaging tool we use on virtually every patient. Chairside scans eliminate patient transport and generate 3D studies in less than 2 minutes. We routinely identify pathology not visible on dental radiographs in our periodontal cases, brachycephalic breeds, and maxillofacial trauma cases.”

– Dr. Stephen Juriga, DVM, Dipl. AVDC
Veterinary Dental Center
Aurora, IL

Dr. Juriga, Dr. Sasser, Dr. Bilyard, and the staff of Veterinary Dental Center utilize the mobility and convenience of bedside CT in their animal dental facility on a daily basis. VetCAT™ is compact in size, spins on a dime in small spaces, and provides high-quality 2D & 3D images in minutes for quick diagnoses and treatment planning.

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– Dr. Ira Luskin

Countryside Veterinary Clinic

“Xoran was absolutely right about this machine. Its design is amazing and I get so excited to look at the cases. I have been helping some of the other docs look at their scans like Dr. Harmeling and pointed out some things that I saw, and sure enough, the teeth were bad. He said the tooth just about popped out in some cases! We keep lining up new cases every day. I am really having fun with it.”

– Dr. Jerry Winters, Owner
Countryside Veterinary Clinic
Wenatchee, WA

Veterinary Medical Center at the University of Minnesota

“We use the VetCAT™ images for surgical planning, as far as measuring and making sure we’re getting the margins we need, but it’s really nice when you’re thinking of things in 3D and you can use this 3D recon tool, and the image comes out beautifully.”

– Dr. Stephanie Goldschmidt, Veterinary Dental Specialist
Veterinary Medical Center at the University of Minnesota

Animal Dental Care and Oral Surgery

“What I’ve realized is that you will see nasal changes frequently with cone beam CT, especially when you see this dependent soft tissue accumulation, very consistent with Rhinitis, that is often secondary to dental disease.”

– Dr. Patrick Vall, DVM, DAVDC
Animal Dental Care and Oral Surgery
Colorado Springs, CO

Dean Park Pet Hospital

“I was blown away by the ability of the VetCAT™ cone-beam CT to pick up hidden lesions. New worlds have opened up and I’m grateful to have this technology—it’s amazing what gets revealed that would have been missed. My dental prowess has greatly improved as a result.”

– Dr. Sue McTaggart, DVM
Dean Park Pet Hospital
North Saanich, British Columbia

Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery of Ohio

“I am going away from my mobile practice, and actually going to be setting up a building of my own, Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery of Ohio in Columbus. The main driving force for that is actually the VetCAT™. I feel very, very passionately about having cone-beam CT on-site and that was a huge reason why I wanted to be in my own facility.”
– Dr. Jamie Berning, DVM, Dip AVDC
Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery of Ohio

Columbus, OH