Learning for Health (Equine Dentistry Education)

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Lt. Col. L.A. Merillat, a renowned veterinary surgeon, described the differences in human and animal dentistry in a textbook over 100 years ago: "Human dentistry owes its existence to a single disease process, caries (cavities), while animal dentistry depends upon a single physical defect, enamel points (dental elongations)."

While human dentistry has made great strides to prevent dental

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