Eleanor Kellon, VMD


There isn't necessarily a common thread. Certainly a lot more horses don't graze than develop this. It is also probably being diagnosed, or suspected, a lot earlier than in the past.

Some would disagree with me but motorized = aggressive more often than not. I particularly hate incisor alignment. Normally, as molars wear down, incisors increase in length and grow more forward. Molar surfaces are still in contact. When molars are too aggressively lowered, the upper and lower arcades don't meet well - leading to them "needing" incisor reduction.
Eleanor in PA 
EC Owner 2001

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