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Andrew Perry will be speaking at this year's London Vet Show 15th November 2018.…
UK First for Cutting-Edge Jaw Reconstruction Surgery The Eastcott Referral dentistry and oral surgery team, led by Peter Southerden, has become the first in the UK to use a cutting-edge jaw reconstruction technique in dogs, using prosthetic titanium implants created on a 3D printer. …
Andrew became a European Veterinary Specialist in Dentistry and a member of the European Veterinary Dental College.…
Total Hip Replacement is an extremely effective treatment for a variety of conditions affecting the hip including hip dysplasia, osteoarthritis, failed femoral head and neck excision, complex femoral head fractures or femoral head necrosis (Legg-Calve-Perthes disease). Read more about Total Hip Replacement surgery at Eastcott Referrals.…
Full small animal cataract surgery referral service, Bilateral and uni lateral surgery cases seen. Advice on the best time to perform surgery and recent cases seen.…
Building work is underway to improve facilities at our Swindon Veterinary Hospital and Referral Centre in Edison Park, Swindon. Many new facilities will be included in this exciting new extension.…
Cruciate ligament disease is the most common orthopaedic problem encountered in dogs. A variety of surgical techniques have been developed to treat cranial cruciate ligament disease. At Eastcott Referrals each patient is assessed to determine the most appropriate treatment for the individual. Most dogs will be treated with a tibial plateau levelling osteotomy (TPLO), whilst other dogs are better suited to a cranial closing wedge ostectomy. For some dogs an extracapsular suture technique may be the best option. Read Duncan Barnes' Blog on (TPLO) for Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease.…
Vim Kumaratunga joins the Ophthalmology team at Eastcott Referrals, Swindon.…
Fabio Frazzica joins the Small Animal Orthopaedic Referral team.…
Cardiology cases sought to be part of RCV Hamlet Study into Mitral Valve Disease with Specialist Cardiology Referral Vet Andrew Francis…
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