Business Hours

•Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 8:00 pm (EST)
•Saturday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm (EST)

VetRad First Available

Radiographic studies submitted during normal business hours will have a guaranteed same day turnaround.

VetRad STAT

A guarantee two-hour turnaround time if a radiographic study is submitted during normal business hours. If a VetRad STAT is submitted AFTER normal business hours, it may not be read until the next business day. If the radiograph is not read, we guarantee the submission will move to the top of the list, the following day.

Our Pricing

RADIOGRAPHIC STUDIES

Pricing for VetRad First Available

$69

Submissions with 1-8 images sent during normal business hours are billed at $69 per case.

$89

Submissions with 9-15 images, as well as any contrast studies, such as barium GI, esophagram, and cystogram sent during normal business hours are billed at $89 per case.

$109

Submissions with more than 15 images sent during normal business hours are billed at $109 per case.

Pricing for VetRad STAT

$99

Submissions with 1-8 images sent during normal business hours are billed at $99 per case.

$119

Submissions with 9-15 images, as well as any contrast studies such as barium GI, esophagram, and cystogram sent during normal business hours hours are billed at $119 per case.

$139

Submissions with more than 15 images sent during normal business hours are billed at $139 per case.

Additional $20 charge for contrast study per set of images submitted.

DIGITAL DENTAL RADIOGRAPH INTERPRETATION

This expanded service offering is provided by Katherine (Kate) Block, VMD, DAVDC and Matthew Lemmons, DVM, DAVDC, and includes clinical recommendations for each patient’s dental care.

Business Hours

During normal business hours
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm MT
SAME DAY TURNAROUND

$85
Canine cases

$75
Feline cases

To submit a case, please follow the same process as you do for sending your standard radiographs through DVMI Insight. Select “Dental Radiographs” from the drop-down menu.

When submitting cases, please keep in mind these guidelines for acceptable dental images.

  • Digital dental radiographs have the best diagnostic quality for interpretation.
  • Any focal study submitted should include a contralateral view for comparison. For example, for an accurate interpretation of a radiograph of 108, please submit the same view of 208 for comparison.
  • While skull radiographs can be used as a screening tool for disorders of the jaws and temporomandibular joints, they are rarely of sufficient diagnostic quality for describing dental pathology.