Wellness Exams

One of the most important things you can do for your pet's well-being and longevity is bringing them in to see us for regular preventive check ups. This allows us to establish a baseline for their health and behavior, and to check for the subtle signs of illness. Most health issues do not show obvious symptoms until they are fairly late stage and difficult to treat. During your pet's visit, we will conduct a thorough nose-to-tail examination. You will feel great knowing that your pet is receiving exactly the care they need, and you will be setting your pet up for many years of happy companionship by your side - where they belong!

Dental Care

Does your best friend have bad breath? Despite what many pet owners may believe, “dog breath” is not just a nuisance – it’s a sign of an unhealthy mouth. Dental hygiene is an important part of your pet's health, because dental disease can be associated with other serious health problems such as heart, liver, and kidney disease. We want your pet to live a long, healthy life, and we understand that maintaining a healthy mouth is part of that. Your pet’s health is important to us, so let us help you with this commitment.
More than 85% of dogs and cats over 4 years of age have periodontal disease. Over 70% of periodontal disease is invisible to the naked eye and underneath the visual gumline.
Signs Of Oral Disease :
  • Bad Breath – One of the first signs of dental disease
  • Yellow/Brown build-up of Plaque on Teeth
  • Red/Swollen Gums
  • Discolored/Broken Teeth
  • Rubbing/Pawing at Face
  • Change in Temperament/Behavior
  • Teeth out of Alignment
  • Decreased Appetite
  • Difficulty/Bleeding/Pain when Eating
  • Nothing – Unfortunately most Common!
Oral Health Services :
  • Oral Examination
  • General Dentistry
  • Digital Dental X-rays
  • Probing/Charting
  • Tooth Removal
  • Periodontics
  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Endodontics
  • Orthodontics
  • Oral Surgery
  • Fractured Teeth
  • Tumor Removal
  • Fractured Jaws
  • Trauma
Dental hygiene is an important part of your pet's health, because dental disease can be associated with other serious health problems such as heart, liver, and kidney disease. Let us examine your pet’s teeth and gums to help determine if there are any dental issues you should know about.

Laser Surgery

Veterinary laser surgery provides the same benefits to pets that human patients have enjoyed for over thirty years: less pain, less bleeding, less infection, less swelling and discomfort after surgery, and the ability to resume normal activities sooner.
Laser can perform a wide variety of surgical procedures on cats, dogs, horses, birds, and other animals. It can be used to make unique bloodless laser incision, as well as to erase unhealthy tissue (e.g. tumors) without excessive loss of blood typical of conventional scalpel based surgery. The laser seals small blood vessels as it cuts, which significantly simplifies the surgical procedure. The laser ablation is so precise that it can selectively remove only a few cells at a time, and the laser beam seals nerve endings, so patients are much more comfortable after treatment. The laser beam kills any bacteria in its path, and also seals lymph nodes, resulting in less post operative swelling and infection.
In our continuing efforts to offer the highest quality veterinary medicine, we are pleased to provide a wide range of surgical services for our patients. From routine soft tissue surgical procedures, such as spaying and neutering, to more complex orthopedic surgeries, we look forward to the opportunity to care for your pet’s surgical needs. Our staff is highly skilled in performing veterinary surgeries and will make every effort to ensure that your pet receives the very best care.
Our focus on patient safety, pain management, and employing the most current surgical practices is designed to exceed your expectations and put your concerns to rest. Our staff of compassionate, caring professionals will monitor your pet before, during, and after surgery and will take exceptional care to ensure a safe and complete recovery for your pet. We will also address any questions or concerns you may have about surgery, including concerns about anesthesia, pain management, or postoperative care.
When your pet is ready to go home, we will review your postoperative care and medication instructions. If any questions arise after your pet returns home or at any other time during the postoperative period, call us. We welcome your questions and will do all we can to help your pet recover fully. Help is only a phone call away.
Surgery can be a source of anxiety and stress for many pet owners. Maybe you worry about whether your pet will be well cared for, or perhaps you have concerns about adequate precautions and monitoring. Let us address your concerns. Whether your pet needs minor surgery or a complex procedure, call us. Let’s discuss how our surgical services can benefit your pet.

Laser Therapy

Boca Midtowne is proud to have introduced Class 4 Laser Therapy to help treat pain in our furry patients! This is an FDA cleared therapeutic treatment that manages pain and inflammation while accelerating tissue regeneration. Laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasm, stiffness, and pain. We added Laser therapy to our practice because we want to provide a effective and safe treatment option for our patients to heal quickly, recover fully, and reduce pain effectively.
10 Benefits of Class 4 Laser Therapy:
  • Anti-Inflammatory Effect
  • Analgesic Effect – Pain Control
  • Accelerated Tissue Repair & Cell Growth
  • Improved Vascular Activity
  • Increases Metabolic Activity
  • Stimulation of Trigger Points & Acupuncture Points
  • Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation
  • Improved Nerve Function
  • Immunoregulation
  • Faster Wound Healing
Here is a list of conditions that our Veterinarians have successfully treated with the K-Laser:
  • Rhinitis, sinusitis
  • Gingivitis, stomatitis and tooth extractions
  • Rodent ulcers and feline acne
  • Acute and chronic otitis
  • Post-surgical
  • Cervical and lumbar intervertebral disc disease
  • Cystitis
  • Feline asthma
  • Bursitis and tendonitis
  • Lick granulomas
  • Pododermatitis
  • Arthritis
  • Fractures
  • Sprains and strains
  • Snake bites and bug/spider bites
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Pyotraumatic dermatitis (hot spots)
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Dermatomyositis
  • Trauma
  • Anal saculitis
  • Tail fractures
  • Rehabilitation
  • Acupuncture
  • Exotic animals and pocket pets
Some conditions will improve with one or two K-Laser Treatments, such as post-surgery or after a declaw. Other conditions may require a series of visits over a few weeks. Examples would include lick granulomas, otitis and trauma. And some chronic conditions may require regular maintenance K-Laser treatments, such as arthritis and disc disease.
The practice of high-quality veterinary medicine focuses on the entire patient – from medical issues that affect physical functioning, to emotional and psychological issues that affect well-being. Experiencing pain can affect the body’s physical functioning and can have a detrimental effect on a patient’s well-being and state of mind. That’s why pain management is among our primary considerations when we are treating a pet for any medical condition.
From routine procedures (such as a spays or dental cleanings), to more advanced medical treatments (such as bone surgeries or cancer treatments), to chronically painful conditions (such as arthritis or back pain), we are dedicated to providing safe and effective pain management to every patient. We will also help you recognize signs of pain in your pet so that we can modify his or her pain management plan when necessary.
Recognizing and alleviating pain in our patients is at the very heart of quality, compassionate patient care. We don’t take pain management for granted and will employ all our skills to help ensure your pet’s comfort, well-being, and full recovery.

Fully Stocked Pharmacy

When considering options for purchasing medication, pet owners have many choices, including online pharmacies and mail-order catalogs. But where can you truly get the best value for your money? Who can offer you the most reliable and personalized service? Who has the most complete medical information on your pets, and the ability to anticipate drug interactions or other problems that can result from inappropriately administering medication? Before you purchase your next prescription or medication refill, ask us about our fully stocked pharmacy.
You and your pet will benefit from our well-stocked pharmacy. We maintain a large inventory of veterinary pharmaceutical products and medications, including flea, tick, and heartworm preventive products. You can rely on us whether your pet requires medication for a chronic medical condition or needs short-term medication while recovering from an illness, injury, or surgery. When you purchase medications from our pharmacy, you can rest assured that your pet’s medications were obtained from safe, reliable sources and stored under optimal conditions. Our trained staff will fill your prescriptions with care as well as attention to detail and your pet’s specific needs. You can count on us to provide you with accurate information about your pet’s medications, including proper dosing information, and to alert you to any potential drug side effects or interactions. We are also here if you experience any problems with your medication after you return home. Help is only a phone call away!
If you want to be sure to get the most value for your dollars, as well as convenience and the best customer service, call us for your next prescription or medication refill. We are pleased to provide our clients with a fully stocked pharmacy, and we stand behind every product that we dispense.
Please call us if you need a refill, or have any questions concerning your pet's prescription. Our pharmacy is open from 9am until 6pm, and our staff will be happy to get your pet's medicine ready for you at your convenience.

Ultrasound

Although humans and animals are different in many ways, some advances in human medicine are also very useful for veterinary patients. One of these advances, diagnostic ultrasound, has proven to be a powerful tool in veterinary medicine. As a practice, one of our goals is to offer state-of-the-art medicine and diagnostic testing; so we are pleased to offer ultrasound services as a means of providing a higher level of quality care to our patients.
Ultrasonography is a type of diagnostic technique that uses ultrasound waves to produce an imaging study. This means that when we perform ultrasonography, we can see internal images of the patient’s body. Unlike some other imaging studies, like x-rays, ultrasonography does not use radiation. Instead, ultrasonography uses high-frequency sound (ultrasound) waves to create a picture of what is inside your pet’s body. Ultrasonography is a completely non-invasive, painless way to diagnose and evaluate many common diseases.
An ultrasound machine generates ultrasound waves. The machine is connected to a small probe that is held gently against your pet’s skin. The probe sends out painless ultrasound waves that bounce off of structures (for example, organs) in your pet’s body and return to a sensor inside the ultrasound machine. The ultrasound equipment collects these reflected “echoes” and uses them to generate images that are viewable on a screen. Ultrasound waves can generate excellent images of abdominal organs, including the liver, spleen, gallbladder, and kidneys. It is also useful for assessing fetal health and monitoring pregnancy in breeding animals, and it can help us diagnose and stage (determine the severity of) some forms of cancer.
Because ultrasound images are produced in real time, this technology can be used to evaluate the heart as it beats. This can help us detect abnormalities in the motion of heart valves, blood flow through the heart, and contractions of the heart muscle. It can also be used to assess the heart for defects. As we strive to provide our patients with the highest quality medicine and diagnostic testing, we are pleased to offer ultrasound as one of our diagnostic capabilities.

Vaccinations

Many vaccines are available for use in dogs and cats, but not every pet needs every available vaccine. Some vaccines are considered core vaccines and should be administered to all pets, whereas other vaccines are optional and may be recommended for pets based on a variety of factors, such as their risk for exposure to disease. Vaccine recommendations can also change throughout a pet’s life, as travel habits and other variables change. We will consider all these factors as we determine which vaccines your pet should have.
Vaccines help pets live longer, healthier lives. Protecting your pet is our primary goal, so developing an appropriate vaccine schedule for your pet is important to us. Call us today to set up an appointment to discuss your pet’s vaccination needs.

Radiology

Digital Radiography is a valuable diagnostic tool in veterinary medicine. As we continually strive to offer the highest quality medicine and diagnostic testing, we are pleased to offer digital radiology services as a means of providing excellent care to our patients. Dr. Man believes that sharing images and communicating with a variety of board certified veterinary specialists is an essential part of providing the best patient care and achieving the best outcome possible.
A radiograph (sometimes called an x-ray) is a type of photograph that can look inside the body and reveal information that may not be discernable from the outside. Radiography can be used to evaluate almost any organ in the body, including the heart, lungs, and abdominal organs, as well as the bones.
Radiography is painless, safe, and completely non-invasive, and it uses only very low doses of radiation. Because the level of radiation exposure needed to perform radiography is very low, even pregnant females and very young pets can undergo radiography. Radiographs can be used to evaluate bones as well as the size, shape, and position of many of the body’s organs. The size of organs is important because some medical conditions—such as kidney, heart, or liver disease—can alter the size of these organs. The shape and position of organs can be altered or distorted by certain medical conditions, including intestinal blockage or cancer. Tumors, depending on their size and location, can also sometimes be detected using radiography. Radiography can also be used to diagnose bladder stones, broken bones, chronic arthritis, certain spinal cord diseases, and a variety of other conditions.
Radiographs are an important tool that can help us make a correct diagnosis for your pet. Our radiology service is staffed by caring, skilled professionals who will provide state-of-the-art care with compassion and expertise.