Dental Plan for the Working Horse

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Routine equine dental care is important for three reasons, says David O. Klugh, DVM, Fellow in the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry, owner of Equine Dental Associates in Yamhill, Ore.:

  • Making sure deciduous teeth come out and adult teeth erupt in proper alignment;
  • Maximizing tooth longevity; and
  • Addressing causes of immediate pain.

It's the latter tha

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