Top tips to improve your routine dentistry
Veterinary equine dentistry has advanced significantly in the last 25 years, with greater knowledge and understanding of equine dental anatomy and pathophysiology. Together with the development of advanced equipment and techniques it is no longer acceptable to provide a basic service of ‘routine’ rasping. A thorough detailed examination under sedation with a good light source and good visualization is essential to detect minor abnormalities/ pathology which may be indicative of more severe underlying disease. This talk will go through the process of how to perform a routine dental examination and odontoplasty to ensure that the highest standard of routine dental care can be provided to your clients.
- - Detailed routine dental examination under sedation required to detect minor pathology
- - Advances in dental treatment means as vets we can provide a higher standard of routine dental care