Dental disease is painful, can reduce your horses performance and is often the reason why your horse may fail in training. Proper dental maintenance is essential to allow your horse to preform to the best of its ability.
- Prevent premature tooth loss and promote more complete utalisation of feed.
- Reduce the incidence of impaction and gas colic.
- Alleviate mouth and jaw pain.
- Prevent pain due to the use of a bit, making it easier for your horse to be trained.
- Extend the life expectancy of your horse.
Routine dentistry should not be painful, horses are given a mild sedation, which includes an analgesic, this will reduce stress on your horse and enables a thorough examination of your horses mouth.
Our recommendation is a dental health check every 12 months. This will help prevent dental problems, as we can treat them before the become more serious.