Competency in equine dentistry is becoming a standard requirement in practice and there’s been development in knowledge and techniques over recent years. So to support this the Equine Veterinary Journal has released a collection of dentistry articles free for vets.
"Advances in equine dentistry continue to gather pace and it has been a pleasure and privilege to work with Paddy Dixon collating the most current dental research that will be relevant to all equine practitioners with any level of expertise,” said incoming president of BEVA, Vicki Nicholls.
The new online collection comprises ten studies based on current research in the UK and focuses on physiology, disease, diagnosis and treatment techniques in equine dentistry.
“Care of the horse’s teeth is fundamental to good health. To this end a strong working knowledge of equine dentistry should be seen as an essential cornerstone for every equine practitioner. This diverse collection has the convenience of being easily accessible, online and in one place to help keep vets fully abreast of the excellent research currently being conducted in the UK,” said Editor of the Equine Veterinary Journal, Professor Celia Marr.
The equine dentistry collection is available for vets free online http://bit.ly/2bBDuMW.