Advanced Dentistry

Advanced Equine DentistryUnlike humans and all carnivorous animals, horse teeth grow continuously, at least while they are young. As the cheek teeth grow they can develop sharp points on the outside of the upper teeth and on the inside of the lower teeth. These points can be reduced at routine dental examinations, usually every 6-12 months.

Occasionally more severe abnormalities can arise, such as over-grown cheek teeth, fractured teeth, erosion of the chewing surface or poor alignment of the incisor teeth. These require more involved correction, often with powertools, that is best undertaken at the clinic.


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