Equine Dentistry, 2e by Gordon Baker, Jack Easley

By Gordon Baker, Jack Easley

This entire and definitive source on equine dentistry has been thoroughly up to date to incorporate the most recent advances in morphology, dental ailment and pathology, analysis of dental problems, and equine dental techniques.

  • Complete and complete coverage
  • Fully referenced
  • Extensively illustrated with built-in colour photographs, black and white photos and line drawings
  • International crew of contributors
  • Features a brand new ancient advent to equine veterinary dentistry
  • Includes new and extended insurance of the subsequent themes: problems in oral surgical procedure; Dental illness of miniature horses; enamel evolution; Geriatrics; Bits and biting; Horse headwear; and Dental equipment

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Unusually, the remaining infundibulum appears to consist of two separate, smaller infundibula. 4252-Baker_03 23/08/04 8:50 AM Page 39 Dental Anatomy ■ ■ Deciduous teeth: 2 (Di 3/3, Dc 0/0, Dm 3/3) = 24 teeth. 38 The Triadan system of dental nomenclature utilizes three digits to identify each tooth; the first digit refers to the quadrant, with 1 for upper right, 2 for upper left, 3 for lower left and 4 for lower right39 (Fig. 26). The deciduous teeth are similarly identified using the prefix 5–8 for the four quadrants.

28. Occlusal view of the five maxillary cheek teeth of a 3-year-old horse. Note the absence of spaces between these teeth, the more pronounced ridges on the buccal aspects of these teeth and the triangular shape of the first tooth. the occlusal aspects of these ridges (especially on larger ridges such as 10s and 11s) even in horses on a permanent forage diet. 9). 17). In Thoroughbreds, the 06 is the shortest (approximately 5 cm maximum length), with the remaining cheek teeth up to 6–8 cm long at eruption.

E. 6. Scanning electron micrograph of Equine Type 1 enamel showing interprismatic plates (IP) alternating with rows of prisms (P). Note the convergence and branching (↓) of some of the interprismatic enamel plates. ×1450. 7. Scanning electron micrograph of a section of an equine tooth showing dentin (D) enamel and cement (C). A thin layer of Equine Type 3 enamel is visible on the left (3) at the junction with dentin. Adjacent to this area is a wider layer of Equine Type 1 enamel (1) showing interprismatic enamel (IP) (contiguous with Type 3 enamel and enamel prisms (P)).

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