Sharon Hoffman, DVM, DAVDC
Staff Dentist & Oral Surgeon
American Veterinary Dental College
Dr. Hoffman received her veterinary degree from Louisiana State University. After several years in general small animal practice in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Ohio, she pursued specialty training in dentistry and oral surgery, becoming board-certified by the American Veterinary Dental College in 2005. Prior to joining CUVS in 2018, Dr. Hoffman was the owner of North Florida Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery in Jacksonville, Florida, and an adjunct clinical professor at the University of Florida. While in Florida, she received the Gold Star Award for outstanding contributions to veterinary medicine.
Dr. Hoffman has expertise and experience in all aspects of dental care and oral medicine, including periodontal care, endodontic treatment, restorative dentistry, dental radiology, oral surgery, orthodontic consultations and treatment of oral diseases. She is passionate about her field and loves teaching veterinarians and pet owners about oral and dental health and the positive effects on quality of life. She has taught locally, nationally, and internationally, and has authored several articles on dentistry and home care for veterinarians and for pet owners. While Dr. Hoffman’s dental specialty is in dogs and cats, her patients have also included dolphins, a whale, and a sea lion.
Dr. Hoffman combines her experience with an easy-going and upbeat approachability. She is available to consult with you or with your primary care veterinarian and will also collaborate with other specialists as needed to determine the best course of therapy for your pet’s needs.
Dr. Hoffman is available by phone and email to consult with your primary care veterinarian, and collaborates with other specialists as needed to determine the best course of therapy for your pet’s needs.
- Dental radiology
- Oral surgery
- Treatment and management of oral disease
“We don’t know how much dental pain our pets are having until we take that pain away. The dog or cat that is ‘acting old’ will act young again when their mouth is pain free.”