Getting To Know EOTRH
Equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis is a very painful dental disease veterinarians have begun to diagnose in older horses.

Dental care is essential to our horses’ well-being—healthy teeth ensure horses can grasp and chew food properly and tolerate a bit when ridden. The most common sources of dental pain are the molars (cheek teeth) that wear into sharp points, long hooks, and ramps as they grow. But veterinarians are now learning that the front teeth—the incisors and canines—are also prone to pain. A relatively newly named dental disease is responsible, sometimes causing severe consequ

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