EOTRH – The Disease Affecting The Incisor Teeth Of Horses – Rounds With Doc T

It was great to have you join us for this month’s Rounds With Doc T on EOTRH ( Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis ). If you missed the live meeting, don’t worry. You can watch the replay and join the discussion below.

Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis (EOTRH) is a new disease affecting the health of all horses’ incisors and canine teeth. I describe this disease and a unique perspective on its cause (autoimmune). I also give observational evidence for a treatment to stop further inflammation and damage.

Note: I made a mistake (actually, spellcheck did this) in the word used on this title page for the video. The term “odontoblast” should be “odontoclast.” This difference is because the “blast” cells lay down more tooth material, and the “clast” cells resorb tooth material.

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