Domesticated horses have modified diets and eating patterns, high performance demands, and confined lifestyles. This makes proper dental care vital in ensuring your horse is and stays healthy.

Most horses have all their permanent teeth by the age of five. Prior to this, horses have incisors that erupt at different stages, which makes routine dental care all the more important. Your veterinarian will be able to monitor your horse’s dental development, and may be able to preempt any potential complications.