Let us power float your horse’s teeth!
To float a horse’s teeth is to smooth the teeth with a file, called a float.
You should have your horse’s teeth floated because their teeth never stop growing and they can develop sharp edges making it hard for your horse to chew food and hold a bit. It can also be very painful.
You should have your horse’s teeth checked annually by your veterinarian to determine if they need a dental float.
Signs you should get your horse’s teeth floated:
- Drops food from mouth
- Difficulty chewing
- Excessive bit chewing
- Blood in mouth
- Mouth odor
- Facial swelling
- Packing feed and hay in gums
The Power Float allows for better manipulation to correct the sharp edges and points which leads to the float process benefitting the horse longer than the regular file.
Equipment used to Power Float teeth:
Horse wearing the Conrad Speculum and showing the results.
Process of a Dental Float:
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