Dr Joseph Valese has been operating All Pets Dental Care, a practice limited to the oral health care of companion animals pets since 1999. Here we receive dental referrals from surrounding veterinary practices in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. We supply advanced oral health care for our patients, providing more treatment options than simply teeth cleanings or extractions.

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  City Mount Pocono, PA
  Zip Code 18344
  Address 3180 Route 940
  Phone Number (570) 839-1922

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If you love your pet as much as we know you do, you would hope that he can receive the same kinds of high-quality care as anyone else in your family. Here at All Pets Dental Care and Oral Surgery, we aim to achieve that goal for every patient we see. That’s why we provide such services as:

Pet Teeth Cleaning – There’s no substitute for pet teeth cleaning under general anesthesia. Our ability to get rid of tartar above and below the gum line deters the bacteria that might otherwise trigger painful, damaging periodontal disease.

Endodontics – A broken, dead, or infected tooth may need endodontic treatment, the best-known form of which is root canal therapy. We can clean out the pulp chamber, replace it with a sterile substance, and place a strong, tooth-colored protective crown over it.

Periodontics – If periodontal disease has already afflicted your pet, our periodontic treatment can help. In addition to tooth planing and scaling, we can remove diseased gum tissue, reduce the size of periodontal pockets, and administer other treatments to help prevent tooth loss.

Exodontics – Exodontics is the extraction of one or more teeth. Teeth must sometimes be extracted if they crowd other teeth, have become damaged beyond all repairs, or harbor dangerous infections.

Restorations and Crowns – Our pet dentist, Dr. Valese, can administer restorative procedures to make cracked or broken teeth good as new. For example, we can attach a permanent crown to strengthen a weak tooth or keep bacteria out of a hole or break in the tooth.

Oral Surgery – We treat more than teeth and gums at our Mt Pocono, PA clinic. Our range of oral surgery options includes removal of oral masses, biopsy of oral tumors, jaw fracture or palatal defect repair, and other procedures that can improve oral function and health.

Orthodontics – Misaligned teeth in dogs and cats don’t just look odd — they can also cause considerable pain and interfere with chewing. We can perform orthodontic treatment to straighten these alignment errors.

Pocket Pet Dental Care – Our pet dental care applies to pocket pets, too! We can treat rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and other pets beyond the realm of dogs and cats.
Referral Documentation – We can provide all the necessary medical documentation to veterinarians and referring specialists.

  • I would recommend this business

When I rescued my cat from a shelter she was underweight, her mouth was bleeding and she had trouble eating. Her vet diagnosed her with stomatitis. After a round of antibiotics and steroids and extraction of a few teeth failed to meaningfully improve her situation, I was referred to All Pets Dental Care because she would likely need all of her teeth extracted.

At her first appointment with Dr. Valese, we discussed our goals of care. He listened when I said I wanted to save as many of her teeth as possible. He prescribed a dental care regimen and extracted the teeth that were not salvageable. His staff texted me to check on her progress - the entire office clearly cared for the health and happiness of my pet.

I am happy to say she is now very comfortable, playful and has a strong appetite. We will continue to follow-up regularly with Dr. Valese to protect her remaining teeth

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  • I would recommend this business

My pup needed a very aggressive tumor removed from her upper jaw and palate. The tumor was removed, the incision healed without incident. My pup has absolutely NO deficits!! You can't even tell she is missing a portion of her upper jaw. She eats like she did before she had the tumor. The staff was very friendly, professional, and accommodating. I couldn't be happier. We are so grateful to them all.

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As your trusted pet dental experts in Pocono, PA, we are proud to provide the highest quality of care to your beloved family pets. With many years of combined experience, we know that regular pet dental checkups is one of the most important aspects of preventative veterinary care. We understand that just like their owners, your family pets can greatly benefit from good dental hygiene. Not only can regular dental cleanings help to keep your pets mouths healthy but they can also work to prevent many common health issues as they grow older.


Joseph Valese received his degree as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. He received a Master of Science degree in Animal Science from the Graduate School of Rutgers University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Cook College, Rutgers University. The advanced level of pet dental care and oral surgery Dr. Valese is able to provide is not taught in Veterinary schools. Following graduation, Dr. Valese has spent many additional years in the study and practice of pet dentistry.