EQUINE dental surgery has evolved slowly over the past 150 years because of the lack of adequate instrumentation to overcome the limited access to the equine oral cavity and the complicated regional anatomy of the horse's head. Although an age-old procedure, the removal of diseased dental tissue is still fraught with potential hazards, the consequences of which may not only be disastrous but can also result in litigation. The surgical management of equine dental disease should, therefore, not be undertaken lightly.
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