We are still making appointments…

The Advanced Equine Dentistry Staff hopes that all of our clients are safe and healthy! We wanted you to know that we are working as we are a veterinary practice, always wear gloves and masks, AND can easily maintain 6 foot distances from you during our procedures. But, we also wanted you to know thatContinue reading “We are still making appointments…”

What is “wellness”?

For humans, the World Health Organization defines wellness as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being, and not merely the absence of disease”. When we talk about “equine wellness” in our practice, it goes beyond dentistry. We know that each of our clients acts as their horse’s guardian and that overall, theirContinue reading “What is “wellness”?”

Happy Holidays!

The Advanced Equine Dentistry team wishes their clients the happiest holiday season and hopes that your celebrations include some precious time with your equine partners. We will be working a few days over the next two weeks….with some much needed relaxation and celebrating occurring too! In the office, we will check for messages daily andContinue reading “Happy Holidays!”

Happy Holidays….please book early!

As we all get ready for some amazing times with our families and friends this season, please remember that here at AED, it gets really busy when our clients have time off from work.  We would love to meet all of your equine dentistry needs this season, so please call us and schedule your DecemberContinue reading “Happy Holidays….please book early!”

New equipment for better care of your horses!

Advanced Equine Dentistry has recently purchased a new Cold Laser system to replace our older model and our staff is busy updating their training!  Laser therapy is a great adjunct to wellness care and has been found to be highly effective in horses.  Ask us some question about what we can treat and how itContinue reading “New equipment for better care of your horses!”

“Fall” is here….less rain, more riding, more parasites!

Welcome to fall in Florida. Like it or not, it isn’t much like fall up north. One thing that is quite different here in the sunshine state is that our parasite loads are the opposite of our northern equine friends.  Here, summer heat helps keep those critters at bay, but once we get cooler andContinue reading ““Fall” is here….less rain, more riding, more parasites!”