Dental Dilemmas: Cheek Tooth Fractures, Treatment Characterized

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Cheek teeth fractures can lead to a number of unpleasant problems in the horse, from chewing discomfort to bad breath, and they tend to show up most often in the upper jaw. Sometimes these fractures can even go undetected, say researchers who recently completed a survey-based study of horses in Ireland and Great Britain.

Professor Paddy Dixon, MVB, PhD, MRCVS, from the

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