Public Library Of The Equine Dentistry School Online™

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Doc T

Video OverviewSchool InformationPublic VideosAging ProjectBody Condition ScoreEOTRH
A Guided Tour Of The School
This video with Doc T and Melissa (instructors in the school) is a guided tour of the school that will explain exactly how this online school works.  Keep in mind that the pricing special mentioned is only until midnight on Sept 7th, 2015.  Otherwise, this will have all the info you need to see what’s inside.
The Myths Of Equine Dentistry Exposed

The Myths Of Equine Dentistry Exposed Booklet Promo

Please note that there have been a few changes since I recorded this.  The booklet is called “The Myths Of Equine Dentistry Exposed.”  I now call this The Tucker Technique Of Horsemanship Dentistry™.  Finally, I have been floating teeth since May 1983 so now it has been more than 32 years and the number of

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Split view video of equine dentristry, Equine Dentistry School Online

Split View Floating Video Example

This video is a short segment of one of the many videos from the school. It gives you an example of what you will see once enrolled. The helmet cam view is in the upper left screen and the stall view is in the lower right.  Any comments from the floater plus the sounds of

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A better way to float teeth

Floating In 8 Short Videos

Equine Dentistry Without Drama™ Watch these 8 videos and discover what this means in equine dentistry.

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Webinar 150225

Dealing With Cold And Fear In Your Equine Dentistry Practice

The Equine Dentistry School Online™ Student Webinar – February 25th 2015 This webinar I decided to open up for everyone to view because this has so much value for everyone who not only works with horses professionally, but for every human who has any interaction with horses. The core of this video is about overcoming

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5/15/2004 = 10yr Morgan M

Horse Aging Project By Age

Horses with known birth dates, papers, or tattoos were selected and photographed in a similar fashion.  The 4 views are right and left lateral, rostral-caudal, and the occlusal surface of the lower incisors.  This post shows the horses grouped by age from 3 years to 30+ years. Observations include: the variability of the teeth between

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5/16/2003 = 10yr 2mo TB M - normal bite alignment

Horse Aging Project By View

Horses with known birth dates, papers, or tattoos were selected and photographed in a similar fashion.  The 4 views are right and left lateral, rostral-caudal, and the occlusal surface of the lower incisors.  This post shows the horses grouped by view with an average picture selected by me for a horse’s age group. Each group

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Body Condition Score Of Horses

The Body Condition Score (BCS) for horses is designed to score a horse from 1 (on death’s door step) to 9 (the horse has enough fat to float in a pond like a fishing bob) with the middle score of 5 being ideal.  Most horse diseases and lameness come to horses in the 7, 8,

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Opie - EOTRH - 6 months after first pictures. Not painful but #106 and 107 painful when floating.

EOTRH

Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis is a progressive and destructive disease of the incisors and canines of older horses.  The etiology (cause) is not understood. I used to call it “ugly teeth of old horses.”  With the advent of using radiology in the mouth of the horse, the destruction of the incisive and mandibular

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