Your horse's teeth are pretty amazing. They show his (approximate) age, allow him to chew feed and forage, and create a bit space for riding. They can also cause ulceration and pain if not well-managed. Get your questions answered and learn about the latest advances in horse dental care during this live event.
About the Experts
Lynn Caldwell, DVM, is a 1993 graduate of Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine and the owner of Silverton Equine Veterinary Services in Silverton, Ore. The focus of her professional activities has been equine dentistry for the majority of her career. She has served on the American Associate of Equine Practitioners’ Equine Dentistry Committee for two terms, one as chairperson and currently she's co-moderator of the AAEP’s Dentistry Listserv.
Jack Easley, DVM, MS, Dipl. ABVP (Equine), is a private equine practitioner serving the Central Kentucky area. While his practice provides all equine services, his passion of 35 years has been equine dentistry. He lectures and teaches worldwide, contributes to lay horse magazines and journals, and is the co-author of the three editions of the textbook Equine Dentistry.
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- Supportive Care for Foals with Pharyngeal Dysfunction
- Top Medicine Studies of 2011 (AAEP 2011)
- Monitoring and Preventing EPE on Endemic Farms (AAEP 2011)
- Keeping the Bitted Horse's Mouth Healthy
- Managing Deciduous Teeth in Young Horses
- Restorative Dentistry in Horses
- The Equine Digestive Tract and How it Relates to Colic
- Monitoring and Preventing Equine Proliferative Enteropathy