Equine dentistry

Northeast Texas Veterinary Dental Center offers comprehensive performance dentistry for horses in northeast Texas. Improve your horse's health, prolong life, and enhance performance (whether your horse is a leisure companion or working partner) with preventive/restorative dental treatment performed by Larry Kimberlin, D.V.M., is a board certified dental specialist. Learn the reasons regular dental care is so important to your horse, take a tour of the horse's mouth, and view the procedures used to correct dental problems and maintain a balanced mouth, along with tips for keeping your equine companion in top physical condition. What is equine dentistry? Why horses need dental care Owner information Symptoms of dental problems Checklist for a healthy horse The Super Speculum Articles for Equine Times *International Association of Equine Dentistry

Crossroads Equine Dentistry services:

Dental procedures:(see Types of Dental Problems for explanation of terms) o general exam o basic dental equilibration (includes initial tranquilization, floating, bit seats) o additional tranquilization (if needed) o wolf teeth, blind wolf teeth extraction o cap extraction o correction of protuberant teeth (hooks, ramps, steps, waves) o incisor reduction/bite realignment o tooth extraction o restorative/orthodontic dentistry "House calls" o horses may be treated at Crossroads Clinic or at owner's location Service area o Northeast Texas o Dr. Kimberlin will travel to other areas for treatment of 12 or more horses at one location
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Northeast Texas Veterinary Dental Center

8414 Wesley Street Greenville, TX 75402 903-454-1563 info@crossroadsvetclinic.com
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Equine

dentistry

Northeast Texas Veterinary Dental Center offers comprehensive performance dentistry for horses in northeast Texas. Improve your horse's health, prolong life, and enhance performance (whether your horse is a leisure companion or working partner) with preventive/restorative dental treatment performed by Larry Kimberlin, D.V.M., is a board certified dental specialist. Learn the reasons regular dental care is so important to your horse, take a tour of the horse's mouth, and view the procedures used to correct dental problems and maintain a balanced mouth, along with tips for keeping your equine companion in top physical condition. What is equine dentistry? Why horses need dental care Owner information Symptoms of dental problems Checklist for a healthy horse The Super Speculum Articles for Equine Times *International Association of Equine Dentistry

Crossroads Equine Dentistry services:

Dental procedures:(see Types of Dental Problems for explanation of terms) o general exam o basic dental equilibration (includes initial tranquilization, floating, bit seats) o additional tranquilization (if needed) o wolf teeth, blind wolf teeth extraction o cap extraction o correction of protuberant teeth (hooks, ramps, steps, waves) o incisor reduction/bite realignment o tooth extraction o restorative/orthodontic dentistry "House calls" o horses may be treated at Crossroads Clinic or at owner's location Service area o Northeast Texas o Dr. Kimberlin will travel to other areas for treatment of 12 or more horses at one location

Northeast Texas Veterinary

Dental Center

8414 Wesley Street Greenville, TX 75402 903.454-1563 info@crossroadsvetclinic.com Appointments:    9 a.m.– 5 p.m. Monday-Friday Open for animal drop-off    at 7:30 a.m.