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At OCEC we believe dental health is a key component of your horse’s wellness. We recommend annual dental exams to look for possible issues before they become a larger problem. These issues would include sharp points that cause ulcerations, malocclusions, teeth infections, and many other conditions that might occur.

Signs Your Horse May Need A Dental 

  1.  Fighting the bit and resisting training
  2.  Weight loss
  3.  Unilateral nasal discharge with a strong odor
  4.  Drooling or Quidding
  5.  Head tilting or tossing
  6. Dropping feed

Procedures Available

  1. Routine Annual Dental Exams
  2. Wolf Tooth Extractions
  3. Molar Extractions

What to Expect at a Dental Exam

The doctor will do a thorough examination of the horse's mouth. This often requires sedation. If it is determined that the horse needs dental work done, the horse will then be sedated and a speculum put in their mouth. The doctor will then perform whatever procedure is deemed necessary. If you have any questions about this or think your horse is due for a dental exam, please give us a call.

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