Cavities In Horse Teeth And More – Podcast #047

The Equine Practice Inc, The Horse's Advocate

I go over some of the recent articles showing up in the magazines and news feeds for horse owners discussing 1) cavities in the cheek teeth of horses and 2) the inhalation of tooth dust from motorized dentistry tools.

I read the lay article and then look at the scientific journal where the information came from for the article writer. I then compare these two to see if there is any valid communication going on that the horse owner can take away and apply to their horses.

I try to present everything in an unbiased way but as most of you already know, there are a lot of potholes in the road to knowledge. I hope there is something in here that will help you navigate the road to Help Your Horses Thrive In A Human World ™.

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