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As you can see one of these teeth does not look like the others. This dark area indicates an exposed pulp, that means that the cells lining the tube through which the nerve and blood supply of the tooth run, have been damaged. Because the damaged cells can no longer produce a protective layer, as the horse chews any remaining protection is worn away. Once the pulp ( nerve and blood supply ) is exposed good and bacteria enter the tooths centre usually leading to painful tooth root infection. Whilst the nerve is still alive it is also exposed to direct contact with the atmosphere which causes pain This is a common condition affecting the teeth of your horses and it is important to seek professional advice Www.equinedentalvets.com
Got an itch you just can't stop scratching? Imagine how your horse must feel when they are in the same position. With changes in the seasons comes changes In the environment in which your horses live. This can be one important factor in the many skin conditions affecting horses, donkeys and ponies of all shapes and sizes. This link provides you with a good overview of skin conditions in the horse ~ what they are ~ why they occur ~ where to find help http://edvtv.com/tv/skin-conditions-in-horses?
Having a dental chart for each horse is very important. our Members have access to digital dental charts making delivering your charts even easier
Every day you feed them, you ride them, you groom them and you love them. But just how much do you really know about the evolution of your horses? Click here to view a short video and find out more about the evolution of modern horses http://edvtv.com/tv/the-evolution-of-the-horse?
As you can see as horses age their cheek teeth get shorter but their roots become longer... Did you know that the number 1 cause of premature tooth loss in the horse is periodontal disease? www.EquineDentalVets.com
Nice photo by Denis Oleary of young showjumper and EDV rider Brie Lewandowski https://www.facebook.com/horsedeals/photos/a.495435774047.295967.35136744047/10155133083544048/?type=3
Edv Members are passionate about dentistry. About helping horses and horse owners through providing the right care, and through public education. Here you an see Kiwi EDV Dr Teresa O'riordan out promoting and educating on the benefits of correct dental care. Www.EquineDentalVets.com
Dental vets are just that, caring knowledgable vets with a passion for dentistry. Each month you'll find new and interesting videos designed to help horse owners find accurate horse health information easily and quickly View all the videos at www.EDVtv.com
Search click call. One website lets you do it all www.equinedentalvets.com find help with horses teeth fast
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Our members provide patients with pain relief, alleviating stress and preventing pain and discomfort. If your horse deserves a pain free experience then visit www.EquineDentalVets.com and find kind, caring, knowledgeable advice that comes pain free
Did you know that at www.EquineDentalVets.com you can search easily to find the help you and your horses deserve? The search function can even be accessed right here on our Facebook page. So in 2017 why not see the difference a visit to an EDV can make to your riding.
Hey EDV Members Make the most of your membership in 2017 Have you visited the EDV forum lately Is your membership information upto date Will you make the move to E charting in 2017 if you haven't already Have you seen the Research information on EDV, do you have research that should be seen? Looking to the future have you viewed the calendar for 2017 Www.EquineDentalVets.com
Here are some images showing cheek teeth that have had to be removed from young horses ( the horses shown are 4 and 7 ) these teeth had to be removed due to painful infection. Each horse suffered a different type of infection. One had developed abcesses on the tooth roots, while the other had crooked teeth that food trapped around until the bacteria from the gum disease this caused reached the tooth roots. As you can see the teeth of horses ( ESP young horses ) are quite large. When removing then its a slow and complex process working inside a pretty tight space ( the mouth ) Removing teeth like this is something that needs to be handled by very experienced vets, all patients receive both nerve blocks and pain relief, and tools like X-rays are important in both making a diagnosis and monitoring the outcome of surgery. These problems are common, and the best defence you can provide your horse is to have it examined regularly and from an early age by an Equine Dental Vet. Listen to the advice it might save your horse from needing one of these surgeries Visit www.EquineDentalVets.com today and contact your nearest EDV ( More information about dental care, including tooth extraction can be found on our website )
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In 55 million years of evolution the horse has changed alot. As they've changed, grown and evolved, so have their teeth and its one of the key reasons why the dental care of horses is so highly specific and complex For more information why not visit us at www.EquineDentalVets.com
In the 2017 HorseDeals health diary you will find good information about dental care, courtesy of www.EquineDentalVets.com
Concerned about that Lump or Bump on your horse, and how it might affect them? Visit www.equinedentalvets.com/articles for a detailed article by Dr Rachel Kent on this subject https://m.box.com/shared_item/https%3A%2F%2Fapp.box.com%2Fs%2Fmre3yukvy97pn99ocjuvcuwtfud7o0bo
As a horse owner worrying about wether your horse could be too fat or too thin can be stressful, luckily Equine Dental Vets takes out the worry. Hit this short video thanks to Dr Jennifer Stewart and get upto date on Body Condition scoring your Horse or Pony https://youtu.be/g1Io-x5SnFQ
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Watch closely, what you are seeing here is a mare who has two cheek teeth that are completely split in half ( fractured ) one tooth on each side of her mouth... Leading to an infected sinus Yet watch her eat! Dental disease whilst common and often very painful is hard to detect without the right tools, training and equipment. That's why Equine Dental Vets members are so committed to further education and training. If you watch this video and find it hard to see the problem please consider sharing it to help raise awareness of this common, painful and hard to detect issue. Www.EquineDentalVets.com
In a busy and confusing world of information, sometimes simple things are not always clear. Equine Dental Vets is a group of qualified equine dental veterinarians from around the world providing expert care and advice. Our websites offer free horse health information ( not just dental advice ) because we want to help horse owners sift through the information available on the Internet and make finding good advice easy. Because we know how busy you are we also make short easy to view videos, and so that finding a dental vet is as easy as possible we not only list members by region, country and state, but also on a global world map that begins by showing the nearest dental vet member to current location. Whilst this post is in English we make material available in over 100 different languages. So wether you are a veterinarian or veterinary student looking to learn more about equine dental care or searching for where to send people for the right advice, or a horse owner looking to get it right first time, you'll find help at www.EquineDentalVets.com
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