Deserving of Dentistry

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There may be no branch of equine veterinary medicine that is advancing as quickly as equine dentistry. As recently as a decade ago, it was still considered adequate to feel along the sides of a horse's first upper cheek teeth and decide, based on sharpness alone, whether that horse needed a "float." If treatment was deemed necessary, it consisted of a speedy rasping along the outsides of the

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