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
Equipment used to Power Float teeth:
Horse wearing the Conrad Speculum and showing the results.
Process of a Dental Float:
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