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March 12, 2017. Floating Horses Teeth - What and Why - EquineSpot.com (http://www.equinespot.com/horses-teeth.html)
Teeth floater is an uncommon job title, but if your favorite equine's teeth need the help, you'll quickly appreciate a good horse teeth floater's skill.
March 24, 2017. Floating teeth | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org (https://radiopaedia.org/articles/floating-teeth)
Floating teeth - learn what is meant by floating your horse's teeth and why it is necessary.
March 22, 2017. Floating Teeth : Horses - Cowboy Way (http://www.cowboyway.com/What/TeethFloating.htm)
Horse teeth refers to the dentition of equine species, including horses and donkeys. Equines are both heterodontous and diphyodontous, which means that they have...
March 9, 2017. Minnesota Horse Teeth Floating - Institute for Justice (http://ij.org/case/johnson-v-minnesota-board-of-vet erinary-medicine/)
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]
March 17, 2017. Floating Teeth | Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/floatingteeth/)
Why horse teeth need filing or floating, how and why horse teeth wear the way they do
March 7, 2017. The significance of "floating teeth" in children. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5323025/)
Equine Teeth Floating In 2005, the Minnesota Legislature amended the Veterinary Practice Act to allow non-veterinarians who have met certain criteria to...
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Float a Horse's Teeth What Does that Mean and Why is it Necessary? Interesting Horse Related Articles Float a Horse's Teeth What Does that Mean
March 21, 2017. Horse teeth - Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_teeth)
Floating the teeth is when a metal rasp is used to file down these rough edges. The filing doesn't hurt (no nerves there). Horse teeth should be examined annually and...
March 19, 2017. Does My Horse Need to Get His Teeth Floated? - David W... (http://www.doctorramey.com/does-my-horse-need-to-ge t-his-teeth-floated/)
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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This Friday Zone Field Trip takes us to a local barn to visit with a young horse owner as a vet stops by to check her horse's teeth! Learn about horse...
March 10, 2017. Floating A Horses Teeth? | Yahoo Answers (https://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200 80222231641AAHKceC)
This process is called floating a horses teeth. While floating a dentist files off the sharp points on the teeth that are not ground down by the opposing teeth...
March 23, 2017. What Does Floating Teeth Mean & Why is it Necessary... (http://www.aboutyourhorse.com/what-does-floating-te eth-mean-why-it-necessary)
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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It is recommended that teeth floating is used to prevent ailments. Because of this, many horse owners don't get their horses teeth floated, and are pretty...
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Case Discussion. Floating teeth is a description given to the appearance of teeth, which appear to be 'swinging in fresh air' without any obvious bony anchorage.
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Questions about your horses teeth? Does your horse drool and drop grain while eating? Learn the 10 signs your horse may need equine dentistry - have his teeth floated.
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Floating Teeth in the Horse. Equine dentistry is more than just floating teeth. It is much broader and examines the horse's health more systemically.
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Equine dentistry and the floating of your horse's teeth is a matter that should be addressed on a yearly basis as a part of a comprehensive well-horse program.
March 11, 2017. What Are Horse Teeth Floaters? | Animals - mom.me (http://animals.mom.me/horse-teeth-floaters-3207.htm l)
Best Answer: It basically means they get their teeth filed or trimmed down. Horses usually need their teeth floated every 2-3 years.