Tag Archives: dentistry

Sometimes You Need All Of The Letters In The Alphabet

When making treatment or surgical plans in medicine you always have to have a contingency plan, or two, or five. I say medicine because I do not think this is exclusive to veterinarians, I am confident that human doctors experience … Continue reading

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Why I Love Equine Dentistry

As equine veterinarians we see a large variety of horses, and we get to be involved in all aspects of horse health and wellness. An important part of that is dentistry. All vets are trained to properly and effectively perform … Continue reading

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The Fear of Power

“The power float cut the inside of my horse’s mouth and there was blood everywhere!”.  “My horse wouldn’t eat for days after power floating!”.  “Power floats remove too much and kill the teeth!”.  “Power floats cause heat damage and kill … Continue reading

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Dentistry: Don’t Forget the Little Guy!

Equine dentistry can be one of the most challenging and rewarding aspects of veterinary medicine.  These days many veterinarians have special training in dentistry and several have devoted their practice exclusively to the subject.  As an associate at McKee-Pownall Equine … Continue reading

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