Equine Dentistry for the General Practitioner-III

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
3:30 PM to 5:00 PM

Youngsters and geriatric horses often possess unique dental issues. Identifying and addressing these issues can prevent discomfort and poor performance both nutritionally and under saddle. Young horses have very dynamic mouths and monitoring the processes of exfoliation and eruption can minimize discomfort and identify the predisposition for malocclusion development. Maximizing the functionality of the geriatric horses dentition and identifying when it’s time to extract, can dramatically improve their quality of life.

Program Track:  Equine

CE Credits:  1.5

Available To:  All Attendees

Fee:  $0.00


Scott Greene DVM

Dr. Scott Greene grew up in the Reno-Sparks area and graduated from UNR with a B.S. in Animal Science in 1982. Following graduation from the Ohio State University in 1988, he established Equine Veterinary Care of Nevada. Dr. Greene began developing instruments and techniques for use in motorized dentistry in the early 90's, and has taught at veterinary schools and conferences nationwide, focusing on educating practitioners as to "complete, conservative and proper dental care".