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Why dental health is important for horses *H&H VIP*

Normal mastication, or chewing, in the horse is performed by the cheek teeth — which consist of three premolars and three molars in each quarter of the mouth. The occlusal (chewing) surfaces of these cheek teeth are tightly compressed together and function as a single grinding unit.