We utilize the safest available anesthetics to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients. Using the most modern equipment, the patient's vital signs are monitored closely during all anesthetic procedures.
We are well equipped to perform all routine surgeries for your pet. We also perform a wide range of non-routine type surgeries and if needed can provide a referral to an appropriate specialist. Some surgeries that we offer for dogs and cats at Grove Veterinary Clinic include:
- Orthopedic Surgery (i.e. fracture repair, ACL/cruciate repair)
- Lump/mass Removals
- General Soft Tissue Surgeries
We are the only veterinary practice in the area to offer radiosurgery, which employs a special low-temperature, high frequency radiowave for better surgical outcomes. The incision is clean and precise; the tissues and skin are not burned or charred as they are with laser-based devices. Blood vessels are cauterized cleanly without heat and without the application of an electrical current. Electrical cautery units burn tissue with heat generated by an electrical current, and lasers burn tissue with a focused beam, creating a charred tissue environment that delays the healing process. Radiosurgery provides a better outcome by promoting less tissue damage, which results in LESS PAIN and RAPID HEALING. Your pets feel better more quickly when radiosurgery is employed. To read more about radiosurgery, visit the following link for Ellman International.