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January 7, 2017. Teeth Floating :: Beausejour Animal Hospital (http://www.beausejourvet.ca/teeth-floating/)
Best Answer: Most vets use power tools to float the teeth. Because of the noise, plus the action in the horse's mouth, the horse normally needs to be...
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I got Rusty, my 21 years old Appendix geldings teeth floated today. Rusty did wonderful while getting his teeth floated. I have never seen a horse get
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A descriptive term for mandibular teeth surrounded by marked osteolysis of alveolar bone, which imparts a radiologic appearance of teeth levitated atop cystic...
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Video showing a brief look at floating horse's teeth. This is a process where a Vet sedates a horse and using either a file (manual float) or a power drill...
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1. Radiology. 1966 Feb;86(2):215-9. The significance of "floating teeth" in children. Keusch KD, Poole CA, King DR. PMID: 5323025 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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Best Answer: It basically means they get their teeth filed or trimmed down. Horses usually need their teeth floated every 2-3 years.
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Q: There's a guy at the racetrack that charges $50 to float a horse's teeth. Why should I have my veterinarian do it when it costs so much more?
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What Is Floating A Horse's Teeth? Floating a horse's teeth means to file or rasp their teeth to make the chewing surfaces relatively flat or smooth.
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January 19, 2017. Equine Dental Care is More Than Just Floating Teeth... (http://www.thehorse.com/articles/10342/equine-denta l-care-is-more-than-just-floating-teeth)
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January 11, 2017. Teeth floating. - The Horse Forum (http://www.horseforum.com/horse-health/teeth-floati ng-448626/)
Floating teeth Dr. Michael Q. Lowder said that there is no doubt that regular dental care will benefit the health and subsequent performance of the horse.