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Why do some practitioners say it is not necessary to perform incisor adjustments?

Updated: Jun 27




Recent discussions in horse dentistry suggest that working on the front teeth isn't necessary, but this ignores the fact that incisors make up one-third of a horse's teeth. Examining a horse's mouth reveals that uneven wear can lead to premature tooth loss, highlighting the importance of maintaining balance. Proper care of incisors is not just for looks; it's crucial for the horse's overall dental health and should be addressed early for prevention.

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