Routine maintenance of a horse’s teeth has been historically referred to as “floating.” Floating removes the sharp enamel points. Occlusal equilibration is the term now used to describe smoothing enamel points, correcting malocclusion, balancing the dental arcades and correcting other dental problems.

Using state of the art motorized instruments and conservative tooth reduction techniques, Our doctors will properly align the incisors and molars. Removal of sharp enamel points, placement of bit seats and canine tooth reduction complete the balancing of the mouth. Other problems that may require attention are the removal of wolf teeth, loose or impacted teeth and abscessed or diseased teeth.