Board-Certified Veterinary Dentist
Erin Vicari, VMD, DAVDC completed her residency training in Dentistry and Oral Surgery at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. After 15 years in general, specialty, and emergency practices in Delaware, Dr. Vicari was thrilled to move with her family to Minnesota for this advanced training program. In 2015, she completed her residency and passed her examinations to attain board certification with the American College of Veterinary Dentistry.
Dr. Vicari’s professional interests include:
- Maxillofacial trauma and fracture repair
- Oral tumors
- Veterinary dental education for veterinary students and graduate veterinarians
- Compassionate client and patient care that creates individualized treatment plans for each pet
Dr. Vicari enjoys hiking, kayaking, gardening, and fossil hunting with her family. She and her husband live in Oakdale with their two sons, two dogs and pet rat. The family recently added a Little Free Library to their front yard as a way to share their passion for reading with the community.
Dr. Vicari’s publications include:
- Vicari ED, Stepaniuk KS, Goldstein G. Diagnostic Imaging in Veterinary Dental Practice: Odontogenic Cyst in a Dog. JAVMA 245:8, 2014
- Vicari ED, Stepaniuk KS. Step by Step: Traumatic Lip Avulsion Repair in the Dog and Cat. Accepted for publication to the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry. JVD Vol. 31:3, 2014
- Vicari ED, Goldstein G, Stepaniuk KS. Diagnostic Imaging in Veterinary Dental Practice: Tooth Resorption in a Dog. Submitted to Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
- Vicari ED, Stepaniuk KS. Step by Step: Secondary Cleft Palate and Soft Palate Repair in the Dog Using an Overlapping Flap Technique. Submitted for publication to the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry.
- Vicari ED. Heart Base Tumors, Clinical Veterinary Advisor, Cote E. Elsevier, St. Louis, MO, 2007.
- Vicari ED, et al: Survival times and prognostic indicators for dogs with heart base masses: 25 cases
- (1986-1999). JAVMA 219:4, 2001. Presented at the 2000 ACVS Symposium, Washington, D.C.