VETERINARY DENTIST - Rome

the oral health of your pets in piazza bologna

oral health veterinary centre rome piazza bologna

The Piazza Bologna Veterinary Centre was created with the aim of taking care of every aspect of animal health: for this reason we also have a veterinary dentist on-site in Rome.
More and more often our animals sufferunpleasant problems related to their teeth, the most common are linked to the formation of tooth decay and tartar. It is therefore necessary to seek outa trusted dentist.

Tooth care is a priority for all domestic animals, not just dogs. For this reason the specialists in our centre are equipped to care for any creature with a smile using their competence and dedication and offering ad hoc treatments.
The veterinary staff is expert in dentistry and is here to serve you and your pet: don’t hesitate to request a consultation!

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Prevent and treat oral problems in cats and dogs

If your four-legged friend shedssaliva or blood from the oral cavity or has bad breath, difficulty fully opening the mouth, localised swelling of the muzzle or urge to scratch, loss of appetite or reluctance to be touched on the head, they could have a problem with the oral cavity at an advanced stage. In these instances it is vital that you take them to a specialist vet as soon as possible.
If your four-legged friend shedssaliva or blood from the oral cavity or has bad breath, difficulty fully opening the mouth, localised swelling of the muzzle or urge to scratch, loss of appetite or reluctance to be touched on the head, they could have a problem with the oral cavity at an advanced stage. In these instances it is vital that you take them to a specialist vet as soon as possible.



The Piazza Bologna Veterinary Centre has numerous specialist professionals who will immediately take care of your pets.
The veterinary dentists who work at the Piazza Bologna Veterinary Centre are highly specialised and are able to carry out a full dental examination, both of the teeth but also the various tissues of the oral cavity, and can proceed to surgical treatment in the event that this is necessary.


It is important to remember that animals tend only to show signs of disease of the oral cavity when the problem is already at an advanced stage. We therefore advise you to book a visit to the veterinary dentist at least once a year to check your animal’s health.
If necessary, the specialist will proceed to a medical or surgical therapy, which could also include tooth extraction.

Contact and opening hours

Our Centre maintains continuous opening hours Monday to Friday, from 10a.m. to 7p.m. and Saturday, from 10a.m. to 1p.m.
We are at your complete disposal to care for your pets.
Contact us via the following contact details:
You will find us in Rome, in Via Berengario 36, very close to Piazza Bologna.
We have continuous opening hours Monday to Friday, from 10a.m. to 7p.m. and Saturday, from 10a.m. to 1p.m.

We are at your complete disposal via the following contact details:

Landline number: 06 44233826

Email: ambvetbologna@libero.it

Doctor Eliana Bianchi (surgeon and odontostomatologist)    340.6198442

Doctor Daelma De Angelis (internist and sonographer)  349.3597629

Doctor Isabella Recchia (surgeon and oncologist)  333.5449030

Doctor Elvira Russo (anaesthetist and pain therapy)  339.1975770 

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