Equine Dental Vets

Welcome to Equine Dental Vets

An equine dental veterinarian, also known as an equine dentist or horse dentist, has the knowledge, experience and equipment to prevent pain and offer horse owners the peace of mind that comes from working with professionals.

Dental disease causes pain and suffering for many horses. It is very common, and often left untreated or incorrectly treated, due to a lack of understanding, poor equipment and limited training in this field.

This site helps you to find equine dental vets in your area. All veterinarians undergo extensive training in providing animal health care, and the vets listed on this site have all completed recognised further training specifically in equine dentistry. There is range of levels and experience ranging from fundamental principles to higher levels of professional qualification. Use this site to learn more about equine dental care (horse dentistry) and to select an equine dental vet.

Or browse our articles from vets about caring for your horse, how to choose a good service provider, things you need to know to ensure your horse is healthy and happy.

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Welcome to Equine Dental Vets

Welcome to Equine Dental Vets

An equine dental veterinarian, also known as an equine dentist or horse dentist, has the knowledge, experience and equipment to prevent pain and offer horse owners the peace of mind that comes from working with professionals.

Dental disease causes pain and suffering for many horses. It is very common, and often left untreated or incorrectly treated, due to a lack of understanding, poor equipment and limited training in this...

Why Choose an Equine Dental Vet (EDV)?

Why Choose an Equine Dental Vet (EDV)?

As a horse owner, you are entitled to expect that the person you are paying to practise dentistry on your horse is properly trained, accredited, insured, regulated and represents value for money.

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Browse our Vet Listings

Browse our Vet Listings

Only trust registered and trained equine dental vet professionals! All our members are qualified professional veterinarians.

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Useful and informative videos in our dedicated vet video website featuring professional vets covering the hot button topics that are affecting your horses

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Checklist for Your Vet

Checklist for Your Vet

A quality equine dental vet will easily meet the following criteria. These are the questions you should ask any person treating your horses.

Latest EDVTV.com Videos

All our EDVTV videos feature and are produced by veterinary professionals, so you can be sure your getting up-to-date, safe and reliable advice.

Managing Your Horse's Condition

Dr Shannon Lee talks with Dr Jennifer Stewart about Body Condition Scoring and how you can use this important tool to keep your horse in top condition.

The Horse's Immune System

Vaccination plays an important part in keeping your horse's immune system primed and ready to deal with any diseases and infections it may get. 

Skin Conditions in Horses

When dealing with skin diseases, it is important to realise the changes that we see can be primary - a direct result of the skin disease or condition, or secondary. Dr Robin van den Boom takes us through skin conditions in horses.

What's in that mouth?

Horses, being by their very nature an animal that is both curious and cautious, are often prone to both oral injury and the ingestion of unusual or foreign objects. So, what do you think might be some of the more commonly found items inside horses mouths, and what can be done about them?

Lumps and Bumps in Horses

This video discusses Lumps in Bumps in Horses, the variety of causes for them, and likely approaches to treating them where possible.

Latest Articles

Our latest articles written by EDV vet members as published in top equine publications. Browse our article archives for much more!

Cleared for Landing

Most people are aware of quarantine - a period of isolation where an animal can be tested, treated and monitored for signs of illness. But, the truth is there’s a lot more to importing a horse than quarantine. Dr Amy Little takes us through the ins and outs of horse importation this month for our EDV Article in Horses and People magazine.

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Vaccination

Vaccination

By Dr Euan Laidlaw

Vaccination against various diseases must be one of the most common equine veterinary procedures, certainly in the developed world.

However, the frequency and, in most cases, ease with which vaccination is practiced can lead to complacency with regard to its importance and certainly doesn’t do justice to the complexity of the science behind it - something which has been baffling and bewildering veterinary students for centuries!

So, how did it all start?...

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Diagnosing Skin Conditions

Diagnosing Skin Conditions

When dealing with skin diseases, it is important to realise the changes that we see can be primary - a direct result of the skin disease or condition, or secondary. Dr Robin van den Boom takes us through skin conditions in horses.

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What's in that mouth?

What's in that mouth?

By Dr Shannon Lee

As a vet with experience when it comes to looking inside horses' mouths, little would surprise me when it comes to what I might find in there.

seems, however, I can’t state and repeat enough that horses, being by their very nature an animal that is both curious and cautious, are ofen prone to both oral injury and the ingestion of unusual or foreign objects. And all the while, in many...

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What is THAT? Lumps, Bumps and Swelling

What is THAT? Lumps, Bumps and Swelling

By Dr Rachel Kent

Finding lumps, bumps and swelling on the skin of horses is a very common problem for owners. In this article, veterinarian Dr Rachel Kent sorts the lumps from the bumps and explains which ones are of concern and require veterinary treatment, versus those which may be left alone.

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