Vets are becoming more aware of the significance of periodontal disease, which affects the base of the cheek teeth

The British Equine Veterinary Association has launched the Equine Happy Mouth campaign to increase awareness of equine oral health

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Dental cavities in horses

Research on the causes of dental cavities in horses

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Ask H&H: equine dental fillings

Can they be used to plug a front-tooth gap?

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Call for recognised training for trimmers and equine dentists

The government’s body for skills training is calling for recognised industry standards for equine barefoot trimmers and dental technicians after a survey revealed significant variation within the professions.

Horse & Hound finds out whether it is better for the horse to have the whole mouth levelled or just sharp edges removed

Horse & Hound explains who can describe themselves as an equine dental technician

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Using sedation in equine dental care

If your horse requires more than routine rasping of his teeth then having him sedated by a vet will make the experience less traumatic for all concerned

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Getting to grips with wolf teeth

It is quite common to have a horse’s wolf teeth removed, but is this really necessary, asks H&H

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Facts about wolf teeth

Horse & Hound finds out the facts about wolf teeth in horses