Mobile & Referral Dentistry

Connecticut and New York Referral

DH DeForge, VMD, LLC-Silver Sands Veterinary Center

17 Seemans Lane, Milford, CT. 06460

Phone: 1-800-838-3368 Fax: 203-877-8301

E-Mail: DoctorDeForge@yahoo.com

Centers for Oral Care Satellites:

Silver Sands Veterinary Center
17 Seemans Lane, Milford, CT 06460
(203)877-3221
www.SilverSandsVeterinary.com

East End Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center
67 Commerce Ave Riverhead, NY 11901
(631) 369-4513
www.pet-er.com

Ridgefield Veterinary Hospital
722 Danbury Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877
(203) 438-2658
www.ridgefieldvethospital.com

Windsor Animal Clinic​
46 Poquonock Ave, Windsor, CT 06095
(860) 688-4969
www.thewindsoranimalclinic.com

Progressive Animal Wellness
70 East Main Street, Avon, CT 06001
(860) 325-2124
www.progressiveanimalwellness.com

Aspetuck Animal Hospital
278 New Milford Turnpike, New Preston, CT 06777
(860) 868-0613
www.aspetuckanimalhospital.com

River Road Veterinary Center
​451 River Rd, Willington, CT 06279
(860) 429-5683​
rrvcwillington.com​

River Valley Animal Center – *Opening Fall of 2016
577 East Street S, Suffield, CT 06078​
(860) 668-4041​
suffieldvet.com​


Oral Surgery Consultant: Beardsley Zoological Gardens in Bridgeport, CT​

All of the New York Referrals are spear-headed by Dr. DeForge’s Long Island Liaison at Silver Sands Veterinary Center. Call 1-800-838-3368 if you are interested in a Long Island appointment for consultation and/or oral diagnostics. Feel free to E-Mail DoctorDeForge@yahoo.com

Veterinary Dentistry has reached a new pinnacle in the New Millennium. We now have non-invasive ways to save dentition and preventive measures that are documented to improve oral health.

Cases you might consider referring:

  • Geriatric Patients with Advanced Oral Disease
  • Advanced Canine Stomatitis
  • All Stages of Feline Stomatitis
  • Cracked, worn, or broken teeth
  • Teeth that are discolored from Pulpitis
  • Oral Trauma and Fracture Repair
  • Patients Oral Oncology-Cysts, tumors, masses in the oral cavity which are challenging surgery patients The undiagnosed Oral Pain Patient-Cat and Dog
  • The Older Pet with Advanced Periodontitis that needs extractions; these patients run the risk of mandibular fracture without an oral surgeon’s approach because of concurrent bone pathology
  • Root Canals and Crowns- i.e. Caps- Titanium Alloy, Non-Precious Gold, Ceramic, Porcelain, Enamel shaded
  • Cavities or Carrie repair
  • The Oral Pain Patient
  • Advanced End Stage Periodontitis
  • Oral Mass and Cyst removal
  • Overgrowth of Gingiva-Hyperplasia-Commonly seen in Boxers and Brachycephalic breeds