Equine DentistryEdited by
- Jack Easley
- Padraic Dixon
- James Schumacher
A compilation of a wide range of topics discussed by world-renowned experts in the field of equine dentistry.
The new edition of this popular resource represents a total revision of previous content and provides the reader with state-of-the-art knowledge of the field. Comprehensive and definitive, Equine Dentistry third edition retains the successful approach of extensive illustration and step-by-step guidance through oral and dental procedures. In addition, it includes many new figures, expanded text sections in key areas and brings to the team two new editors of international repute. Many new contributions from international experts are combined in this text to promote not only the care of horses in regards to oral and dental health but also the education of veterinary professionals in this rapidly developing area.
Hardbound, 424 Pages
Published: September 2010
SECTION 1: Introduction1. Equine dental evolution: perspective from the fossil record 2. The history of equine dentistry 3. Bits, bridles and accessories 4. The business of equine dentistry
SECTION 2: Morphology5. Dental anatomy 6. Dental physiology 7. Aging
SECTION 3: Dental disease and pathology8. Disorders of development and eruption of the teeth and developmental
craniofacial abnormalities9. Head and dental trauma 10. Equine dental pathology 11. Oral and dental tumors
SECTION 4: Diagnosis12. Dental and oral examination 13. Dental imaging
Computed tomography14. Ancillary diagnostic techniques 15. Dental restraint and anesthesia 16. Equine dental equipment, supplies and instrumentation 17. Corrective dental procedures 18. Geriatric dentistry 19. Basic equine orthodontics and maxillofacial surgery 20. Exodontia 21. Dental materials 22. Endodontic therapy 23. The temporomandibular joint