Lip and primary palate cleft in a dog - before and after surgery
Lip and primary palate cleft in a dog - before and after surgery


Referrals can be arranged by your veterinary surgeon by contacting one of the practices mentioned in the main page content.
Vets, see Vetindex or the Vetindex website for contact information.


Dr. Crossley is only able to answer direct enquiries from veterinary surgeons.

Dr. David Crossley BVetMed PhD MRCVS FAVD DiplEVDC Dr. David Crossley BVetMed PhD MRCVS FAVD DiplEVDC

Oralvet UK

Dr. David Crossley is both a RCVS recognised specialist in veterinary dentistry and an EBVS recognised European veterinary specialist in dentistry based in Manchester UK. He has extensive experience in veterinary dentistry, oral, facial and ENT surgery, having worked in advanced referral practice for over 25 years.


Dr. Crossley provides clinical services from suitably equipped veterinary centres including:


Dr. Crossley only accepts cases referred to him by other veterinary surgeons, so, if you feel your pet requires his services, please discuss this with your normal vet.

Further Information

Further information can be obtained on the website, however, please note that it is optimised for devices with high screen resolution, i.e. it is not mobile phone friendly!.


Find out about veterinary specialists on the British College of Veterinary Specialists  and the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation websites..

Here are some pictures

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Treatment fractured jaws

Dentigerous cysts - formed when teeth do not erupt

Stenotic nares and other upper airway problems seen in short nosed dogs

Cleft lip and cleft palate. Image on the right shows healing after cleft palate surgery

Lumps and bumps! Due to infection, jaw cyst, benign and malignant tumours

High definition dental x-ray, MRI and CT imaging

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