Dental treatment for a Horse with Problematic Teeth and Sialolithiasis
Owner Complaint: The horse has difficulties to eat.
Clinical Signs: Sialorrhea, a swallow hard mass in the salivary (parotid) gland.
Diagnosis: By palpation and also diagnosed a rocking teeth.
Treatment: By surgical operation the stone was remove and also one tooth.
Supportive Care: wash the horse mouth accusingly.