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Dale Kressin, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC


Dr. Kressin is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin- River Falls and majored in Food Science and Nutrition. He subsequently graduated from the University Of Minnesota College Of Veterinary Medicine. He has been in private veterinary practice in Oshkosh, Wisconsin since 1983. Dr. Kressin is the first member of the International Academy of Veterinary Dentistry in Wisconsin. He is board certified in Veterinary Dentistry and a member of the American Veterinary Dental College.

Articles
What are oronasal or oroantral fistulas?
February 1, 2010

Oronasal and oroantral fistulas are communications between the oral cavity and the respiratory tract.

Feeling the bite of the economic downturn?
May 1, 2009

The veterinary profession is undergoing unprecedented change due to a global economic downturn. Clients want high-value services. Veterinary dentistry is one of them.

Veterinary orthodontics: Some cases require braces
September 1, 2006

The primary objective of veterinary orthodontics is to provide a comfortable bite for companion animals. Cosmetics are often improved, however orthodontic care is never provided for deceptive purposes. Our ethical priority is to provide genetic counseling to avoid future problems associated with malocclusions. Traumatic malocclusions are painful for pets and painfully expensive for owners.

Marketing veterinary dentistry. It's not just business, it's personal
August 1, 2006

Elimination of pain is an effective focus and client motivator.

Dental extractions: Easy cues help with critical long-term medical decisions
April 1, 2006

Dental extractions are among the more common veterinary dental procedures. With that said, there are key considerations every veterinarian must consider before an extraction is performed. This article explores the options.

10 top considerations in performing dental extraction procedures
June 1, 2005

Thoughtful scheduling and effective communication optimizes patient care. As a small animal practitioner, your time is scheduled for medicine, surgery, client consultation and dental procedures. The area of greatest difficulty in scheduling typically involves dental procedures.

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