The equine dental needs of horses are specific in nature, and there are numerous procedures other than taking off the sharp edges in the mouth. Most veterinarians will only take off the sharp edges and then some may address the occlusal surface of the molars and then they do not do what is called a bite alignment. The end result is a horse that is left with molar tables that do not meet, they have effectively created a gap between the molars, making the process of chewing nearly impossible. This will also lead to other anatomical problems with the horse as they begin to compensate for the discomfort they may be feeling.
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