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Without nipping off tough, dry grasses, the incisors do not wear as much as the chewing teeth, and the result is physically longer incisors.

The chewing teeth still wear a good amount, though still less than those ancestors’ teeth.

That day after working on horse number eleven this way, I was reading back through my notes, getting all the horse’s colors, size and exact age written down, and adding up the charges.

Sometimes it was just a small edge out of balance and other times it was a larger correction of the whole bite angle.Simply stated, these horses were chewing more to the side where their best foot was, and the reasons why would become clearer later. I was so excited I don’t remember even getting paid that day.I started looking at every horse in the mouth after looking at their feet, and after several hundred horses, my “amazing discovery” was holding out to be true about 80% of the time.That level of predictability while looking at only two things on the horses was amazing.What are some of the most common dental problems you see in horses and how should they be addressed?

Sometimes it was just a small edge out of balance and other times it was a larger correction of the whole bite angle.

Simply stated, these horses were chewing more to the side where their best foot was, and the reasons why would become clearer later. I was so excited I don’t remember even getting paid that day.

I started looking at every horse in the mouth after looking at their feet, and after several hundred horses, my “amazing discovery” was holding out to be true about 80% of the time.

That level of predictability while looking at only two things on the horses was amazing.

What are some of the most common dental problems you see in horses and how should they be addressed?

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