Pet Dental Care at Longwood Vet Center
Hats off to the hardworking nurses who clean your pet’s teeth! It is a difficult and yes..dirty job, but a rewarding one. Our nurses take tremendous pride in their work, and are meticulous in their craft. Our dental nurses have received formal training in examining and charting the mouth, gums, and teeth, taking digital oral radiographs, polishing and applying necessary oral treatments, and assisting the surgeon during extraction procedures. We are so proud of the hard work, commitment and expertise these nurses provide our patients undergoing dental procedures. Thank them today with a big smile!
Meet the Super Dental Technicians…
Andrea joined the team of Longwood Veterinary Center in October 2010. She spends her days and nights caring for our many wonderful patients. She has taken a special interest in pet dental care, radiology, and managing the Canine Blood Donor program. Andrea enjoys the new and exciting challenges her job brings. She lives in Chester County with her husband, son, the best dog in the world, Mongo, and her 3 cats: Hoover, Harpua, and BDC.
Dana has worked at Longwood since 2001. She received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science, her associate degree in Veterinary Technology and is a Certified Veterinary Technician. With her experience, she has stepped into the position of Technician Manager. Her responsibilities include training new staff members, helping to implement new protocols, and staying current on advancements in veterinary medicine. She enjoys anesthesia, dentistry, and oncology.
Heather has worked at Longwood since 2006. She received her associates degree in Veterinary Technology from Harcum College. She enjoys providing nursing care to all our wonderful patients. Heather shares her home with a handsome rescue kitty named Norman.
Megan has been at Longwood since 2004. She earned her associates degree in Early Childhood Education at Delaware Technical and Community College and received her associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology at Harcum College. She is particularly interested in dentistry. Megan is married with 1 child, 1 dog, and 3 cats.
Written By: Tara Corridori, LVT