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My most recent article in The Fence Post magazine is now out on their website. It is Part Two of the comprehensive equine dentistry article, which focuses on myths and misconceptions. 

You can find Part 2 on their website here

While a horse is sedated, has its mouth opened with a specula, and resting its head on a padded platform, Dr. Kari Sanderson uses a motorized disc tool to take off points and sharp edges on the teeth. The tool allows more control and better precision than hand rasps, along with being more gentle to the teeth.