When my horses were young I would have wolf teeth removed to make the bit fit more comfortably into their mouth. And would have there teeth floated every fall from the age of 4 on. It is much better to remove the barbs horses develope on the sides of there molars annually rather than waiting until after a problem arises. I prefer preventitive measures with the horses. They get more mileage out of a bucket of grain that way.
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I admit all my horses are over due for a float, it is something that should be done as a preventative to problems as to fix an existing one. They will thank you for it in the long run. I have a special needs mare that has a caved in sinus cavity. It was like that before we bought her and her mandibles are slightly off center of each other due to an accident (also the same accident that caused the caved in sinus cavity) as a young horse or so thats the story that went with her. She actually wears one side down really fast and the other doesnt get worn down hardly at all. Her sinuses drain through a tiny drilled hole through the root of a tooth. She needs dental work the most for her obvious case. That drill creates a bit of a smell when it starts getting hot against those teeth, kind of like the smell of smoke or something burning. If anyone ever needs a good horse vet in Missouri, ours is the best. I'm not biased either.