Animal Dentistry & Oral Surgery Specialists LLC


Dale Kressin DVM, FAVD, Dipl AVDC 
Steve Honzelka DVM, Resident
Joey Buhta DVM, Intern

Serving Oshkosh-Green Bay-Milwaukee-Minneapolis & Metropolitan areas
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American Veterinary Dental College

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American Veterinary Dental Society

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Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association

 since 1983
Dr. Kressin previously on WVMA Executive Board

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Milwaukee Veterinary Medical Association

Northeast Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association

Teeth Grinding in dogs can be a sign of pain

Teeth grinding can be a sign of the dog having oral or dental pain. Chronic teeth grinding or bruxism by dogs can result is severe dental wear. A comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment (COHAT) from a veterinary dentist is indicated when teeth grinding is observed.

This boxer was teeth grinding.


Boxer Dog Grinding Teeth

The second premolar was fractured with pulp
(nerve) exposure.

Pulp exposure due to dog grinding teeth    

Fracture second premolar tooth.                         Pulp exposure is a source of pain and cause 
                                                                                for teeth grinding.


vet dental radiograph of fractured premolar due to dog grinding teeth    

Dental radiograph of fractured premolar.           Extraction of the fractured tooth resolved the 
                                                                                teeth grinding episodes.