The five densities of X-ray, if you have visited your own dentist then it’s likely you’ve been made aware of the important role dental X-rays play in caring for your teeth. Well just like you, your horse benefits in the same way, as dental X-rays greatly assist the equine dental vet in diagnosing dental disease, planning dental surgeries, and checking the progress of certain treatments. To learn more about dental X-rays 🦷 why not visit us on the web at www.EquineDentalVets.com where you will find information, articles, videos, contact details for equine dental veterinarians and much more.
It’s important to understand that horses teeth are all different and that they change as the horse ages. As they are complex 3 dimensional structures, when they are diseased and need to be removed, that removal can also be complex. Your Equine Dental Veterinarian will often use tools such as X-ray to examine the teeth closely as part of planning a tooth removal.
Take a look, give this some thought. What do you see?
The evolution of the horse is very interesting Here we have 2 teeth from 2 mares. Both mares 4 years old, both needing the same tooth removed. One is a Clydesdale mare weighing 580kg the other is a 55kg miniature. Think about it!
Gum disease isn’t hard to find, it’s common, it’s painful But more importantly it’s treatable. Speak your equine dental vet about gum disease ( periodontal disease ) to find out what can be done to help your horses live a pain free life. www.EquineDentalVets.com
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Sometimes what might seem obvious to some, takes a little while to sink in for others... please share this is you agree. There's more information available on a wide variety of dental topics at www.EquineDentalVets.com
These pictures show a cheek teeth leaking pus into a horses mouth. This is the only sign of a problem and is not that easy to see. Diagnosing dental disease, even serious disease isn't always that easy. That's why it pays to seek the right advice. Getting the help you need means not only will your horse be happier, but also that you will be better informed about dusts going on. Visit www.EquineDentalVets.com for further information or to make a booking
As you can SEE a detailed LOOK during each and EVERY dental exam is CRITICAL. Need help finding someone who knows where to LOOK? Why not visit www.EDV.vet or www.EquineDentalVets.com and find help
A very common problem are you sure that your horses don't have it? www.Edv.vet
Www.equinedentalvets.com/articles read the latest including Dr Mike Pownalls article on the costs of providing an equine veterinary service https://m.box.com/shared_item/https%3A%2F%2Fapp.box.com%2Fs%2F2ctfmkajsjza1icpmhk4z3vnumi8esf2
Dental charts in pretty much any language...
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For horses, tumours in and around the mouth are perhaps more common than you might imagine. Finding , diagnosing and in some cases treating these tumours, requires a skilled veterinary team. www.EquineDentalVets.com
It's pretty cool what your Equine Dental Vet can find, see and do to help you and your horses.. www.EquineDentalVets.com
Coming out soon is a fantastic article from Dr Mike Pownall explaining the costs behind vet care. You can read all about it in Horses and People magazine or watch the video at www.EDVTv.com Soon
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Why not make it a birthday to remember ? HAPPY BIRTHDAY to all the horses, ponies and donkeys from all the Equine Dental Vets.
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The photo here shows a reasonably common condition affecting horses ( predominantly horses from their mid teens and upwards ) The condition is called Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis or EOTRH for short. This disease involves two competing processes, production of extra dental tissues and the destruction of other dental tissues. Your Equine Dental Vet can identify this painful debilitating condition and remove pain from your horses mouth. You can learn more by heading to www.EDV.tv
Do horses get cavities you ask?..
Please take the time to watch this short video, with dental disease being so common in our friend the horse. It is very important that owners and riders are aware of this issue. https://youtu.be/oBlqkfJEqnk
Equine Dentistry is a Global language spoken right around the world. Congratulations to the participants seen here with Dr Sebastian Guerra.
C.O.L.I.C The five letter word that strikes fear into horse owners
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