This is a procedure that is carried out by an Equine Dentist in order to make more room for the bit or help with better positioning. This is now quite common practice and is a painless procedure. If you think that this may be of benefit you can discuss this with your Equine Dentist. Your Dentist will need to see your bits fitted. Most Dentists are usually only too pleased to look at your bits in-situ if you know what we mean !
- How to Address Common Evasions
- How to Assess the Feel of a Bit
- How to Measure Your Bit
- Introducing the Bit
- Mouth Conformation and How to Assess it
- How to Fit a Bit
- Some Common Mouth Conditions
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