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Your trusted nyc veterinary dentistry group.

Available for Referrals Immediately!

Contact Us

OR CALL: (646) 901-2771

Your trusted nyc veterinary dentistry group.

Available for Referrals Immediately!

Contact Us

OR CALL: (646) 901-2771

Top-Rated NYC Veterinary Dentistry Group

Top-Rated NYC Veterinary
Dentistry Group

Jin W. Jung – DVM

Practice Limited to Dentistry & Oral Surgery

Dr. Jin W. Jung is a residency trained veterinary dentist and oral surgeon.  He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University and completed his clinical year of training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet).  After graduating, he completed a one-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at a specialty hospital in Pennsylvania.  Dr. Jung then returned to Penn Vet to complete an additional three years of residency in dentistry and oral surgery. As a veterinary dentist, his goal is to always deliver care with compassion and empathy, with the end goal of helping his patients achieve the highest quality of life possible. Dr. Jung has special interests in the care of geriatric patients suffering from chronic dental disease, working dogs, and maxillofacial trauma patients. In his spare time, Dr. Jung enjoys cooking and traveling with his wife and two children.  He is also bilingual and fluent in Korean.

Jin W. Jung – DVM

Practice Limited to Dentistry & Oral Surgery

Dr. Jin W. Jung is a residency trained veterinary dentist and oral surgeon.  He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University and completed his clinical year of training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet).  After graduating, he completed a one-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at a specialty hospital in Pennsylvania.  Dr. Jung then returned to Penn Vet to complete an additional three years of residency in dentistry and oral surgery. As a veterinary dentist, his goal is to always deliver care with compassion and empathy, with the end goal of helping his patients achieve the highest quality of life possible. Dr. Jung has special interests in the care of geriatric patients suffering from chronic dental disease, working dogs, and maxillofacial trauma patients. In his spare time, Dr. Jung enjoys cooking and traveling with his wife and two children.  He is also bilingual and fluent in Korean.

Dentistry and Oral Surgery Services

All our advanced dentistry services include:
  • Board-Certified Anesthesiologist
  • Cleft Palate Repair
  • Complicated Tooth Extraction
  • Dental Trauma
  • Digital Intraoral Radiography (X-Ray)
  • Endodontics: Root Canal Therapy, Vital Pulp Therapy
  • Feline Stomatitis
  • Feline Tooth Resorption
  • Jaw Fractures
  • Oral Tumors
  • Orthodontics: Malocclusion, Treatment Planning, to Procedure
  • Periodontal Disease: Advanced Periodontal Therapy
  • Professional Dental Cleaning
  • Prosthodontics & Restorative Denistry

Dentistry and Oral Surgery Services

All our advanced dentistry services include:
  • Board-Certified Anesthesiologist
  • Cleft Palate Repair
  • Complicated Tooth Extraction
  • Dental Trauma
  • Digital Intraoral Radiography (X-Ray)
  • Endodontics: Root Canal Therapy, Vital Pulp Therapy
  • Feline Stomatitis
  • Feline Tooth Resorption
  • Jaw Fractures
  • Oral Tumors
  • Orthodontics: Malocclusion, Treatment Planning, to Procedure
  • Periodontal Disease: Advanced Periodontal Therapy
  • Professional Dental Cleaning
  • Prosthodontics & Restorative Denistry

Jennifer Hess – DVM, MS, DACVAA

Anesthesiologist

Jennifer Hess DVM (Cornell) MS (UIUC) Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia (Texas A&M) is an anesthesiologist who has years of experience in private practice and some in academic institutions. Was visiting professor at Purdue, worked locums at Western College of Veterinary Medicine (Saskatchewan), LSU, Virginia Tech, Penn, and Midwestern University. She has seen and tried many different approaches working under multiple amazing anesthesiologists on small and large animals. She is currently an associate editor for the Journal of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia, where she does review research in the area of cardiac anesthesia. She has been a peer-reviewer for several journals and has modest publications in anesthesia and cardiac output. She is a member of European Association of Scientific Editors (EASE), Member of the EASE – EDI committee on diversity and a member of the Council of Science Editors. Her household includes at least two rescued Australian Shepherd mixes at all times.

Jennifer Hess – DVM, MS, DACVAA

Anesthesiologist

Jennifer Hess DVM (Cornell) MS (UIUC) Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia (Texas A&M) is an anesthesiologist who has years of experience in private practice and some in academic institutions. Was visiting professor at Purdue, worked locums at Western College of Veterinary Medicine (Saskatchewan), LSU, Virginia Tech, Penn, and Midwestern University. She has seen and tried many different approaches working under multiple amazing anesthesiologists on small and large animals. She is currently an associate editor for the Journal of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia, where she does review research in the area of cardiac anesthesia. She has been a peer-reviewer for several journals and has modest publications in anesthesia and cardiac output. She is a member of European Association of Scientific Editors (EASE), Member of the EASE – EDI committee on diversity and a member of the Council of Science Editors. Her household includes at least two rescued Australian Shepherd mixes at all times.

Q: Is anesthesia absolutely necessary for performing dental procedures on your companion?

A: Yes, anesthesia is necessary for your pet’s comfort and safety, as well as enabling our team to deliver the best quality of care. Our Veterinary Anesthesiologist Dr. Jennifer Hess has extensive training and experience managing cases with protocols tailored to provide optimum care for your pet’s specific needs. Recovering pets will be closely monitored while being provided with appropriate medication to manage oral discomfort.

Q: Is anesthesia absolutely necessary for performing dental procedures on your companion?

A: Yes, anesthesia is necessary for your pet’s comfort and safety, as well as enabling our team to deliver the best quality of care. Our Veterinary Anesthesiologist Dr. Jennifer Hess has extensive training and experience managing cases with protocols tailored to provide optimum care for your pet’s specific needs. Recovering pets will be closely monitored while being provided with appropriate medication to manage oral discomfort.

Q: Is anesthesia absolutely necessary for performing dental procedures on your companion?

A: Yes, anesthesia is necessary for your pet’s comfort and safety, as well as enabling our team to deliver the best quality of care. Our Veterinary Anesthesiologist Dr. Jennifer Hess has extensive training and experience managing cases with protocols tailored to provide optimum care for your pet’s specific needs. Recovering pets will be closely monitored while being provided with appropriate medication to manage oral discomfort.

Your First Visit with
NYC Veterinary Dentistry Group

If your veterinarian recommends that you seek a consultation from a veterinary dentistry group, please feel free to contact us to schedule an appointment. During your companion’s first visit we will perform a routine oral exam to visually inspect the suspected area and discuss the treatment options. Once a treatment plan has been established we will schedule your pet’s procedure. All of our advanced diagnostic and specialty services are performed under anesthesia, and most are handled on an outpatient basis.

Your First Visit with
NYC Veterinary Dentistry Group

If your veterinarian recommends that you seek a consultation from a veterinary dentistry group, please feel free to contact us to schedule an appointment. During your companion’s first visit we will perform a routine oral exam to visually inspect the suspected area and discuss the treatment options. Once a treatment plan has been established we will schedule your pet’s procedure. All of our advanced diagnostic and specialty services are performed under anesthesia, and most are handled on an outpatient basis.