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Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis (online)

Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis - EOTRH is easier to remember - is a condition that can affect the teeth and cause the roots to basically start dissolving. Most frequently seen in horses as they age, it is something that is being recognised more often in modern equine dentistry and so this online talk will bring you up to speed with everything you need to know - what it is, how it is spotted and diagnosed, what treatment involves and the outlook for a horse diagnosed with EOTRH.

  • 14th March 2024
  • 7-9pm
  • 5
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Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis - EOTRH is easier to remember - is a condition that can affect the teeth and cause the roots to basically start dissolving. Most frequently seen in horses as they age, it is something that is being recognised more often in modern equine dentistry and so this online talk will bring you up to speed with everything you need to know - what it is, how it is spotted and diagnosed, what treatment involves and the outlook for a horse diagnosed with EOTRH.

Your presenter is Dr Chris Pearce, Director and founder of Equine Dental Clinic in Dorset. Chris has considerable experience in equine dentistry at all levels. He has post- graduate veterinary qualifications in internal medicine and soft tissue surgery and was the first vet in the UK to also qualify as an equine dental technician (EDT) in 2001. In 2011, Chris won the Pet Plan Vet of the Year Award, an achievement that the judges awarded in recognition of Chris's work in equine dentistry and the benefits for equine welfare. Chris teaches, lectures and examines widely on equine dentistry in the UK and worldwide and in 2014, passed the first speciality examination for the European Diploma of Equine Dentistry examination making him an officially recognised European Veterinary Specialist also gaining similar Specialist recognition from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. In 2013 Chris opened Equine Dental Clinic (EDC) Ltd, a practice dedicated to advanced and referral equine dentistry, and in 2022 a new purpose built clinic has resulted in EDC being the largest specialist referral veterinary practice dedicated to equine dentistry in the world. Chris is dedicated to advancing the science of equine dentistry and is particularly interested in minimally invasive surgical techniques, and novel restorative and preservative treatments.

Tickets: £5
Recording: the session will be recorded and available to all ticket buyers to watch for a period of 7 days, so if you can't be there live just buy a regular ticket anyway and you will be send a link to catch up later.

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• Strictly no refunds, except if the event is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
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