Dental X-Ray

Radiography (X-ray) is very useful in diagnosing certain conditions, especially conditions affecting the bones and those affecting the chest but can also be used to look for objects your pet may have accidentally eaten, or masses within the abdomen.

Normally your pet would require sedation or general anaesthesia to ensure that they lie still enough while the image is taken in order to get a high quality diagnostic image.

Results of the radiographs will be available the same day, however in some cases we may send the images to Specialist in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging for a full report which may take up to a couple more days to come back.