Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis

EOTRH is a mouthful to say but leaves horses without a mouth full of teeth. Dr. Lynn Caldwell explains.
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EOTRH is a mouthful to say but leaves horses without a mouth full of teeth. Dr. Lynn Caldwell explains.EOTRH is a mouthful to say but leaves horses without a mouth full of teeth. Dr. Lynn Caldwell explains.2/24/2017 16:00

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Lynn Caldwell, DVM, a 1993 graduate of Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine, owns Silverton Equine Veterinary Services in Silverton, Oregon. Her professional focus is equine dentistry, and she’s served on the American Associate of Equine Practitioners’ Equine Dentistry Committee as a member and chairperson. She frequently speaks on the subject of equine dental care.

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