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No special preparation is necessary prior to dental procedures. Dental treatment is performed at the clinic. Other arrangements can sometimes be made for multiple horses. In that case, Dr. Kimberlin uses portable dental equipment at your barn to safely perform dental procedures on your horse. Dr. Kimberlin provides the instruments needed for dental examination and treatment. He will sedate your horse prior to insertion of the speculum that holds the horse's mouth open during the procedures. You may watch the treatment. (Caution: be sure to give Dr. Kimberlin plenty of room to work!) Most treatment takes from 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the amount of work needed. Follow-up care will be recommended after the examination and treatment. Follow-up varies depending on the type and amount of dental problems found. Most horses need dental work yearly, but in some cases twice yearly treatment may be needed. Contact the clinic if your horse exhibits symptoms (LINK)of dental distress, even if it isn't time for a scheduled checkup.
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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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information

No special preparation is necessary prior to dental procedures. Dental treatment is performed at the clinic. Other arrangements can sometimes be made for multiple horses. In that case, Dr. Kimberlin uses portable dental equipment at your barn to safely perform dental procedures on your horse. Dr. Kimberlin provides the instruments needed for dental examination and treatment. He will sedate your horse prior to insertion of the speculum that holds the horse's mouth open during the procedures. You may watch the treatment. (Caution: be sure to give Dr. Kimberlin plenty of room to work!) Most treatment takes from 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the amount of work needed. Follow-up care will be recommended after the examination and treatment. Follow-up varies depending on the type and amount of dental problems found. Most horses need dental work yearly, but in some cases twice yearly treatment may be needed. Contact the clinic if your horse exhibits symptoms (LINK)of dental distress, even if it isn't time for a scheduled checkup.

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.