The parotid salivary gland is the largest saliva-producing gland in the horse. It is located below the ear and extends distally along the back of the ramus to below the curve of the mandible. There are two other salivary glands: mandibular salivary gland and sublingual salivary gland, both of which are paired, and also many […]
The following incisor problems are pictures of actual cases taken at the Academy of Equine Dentistry during wet lab sessions. Most incisor problems inhibit lateral excursion and anterior posterior (rostral/caudal) movement of the mandible creating mastication and performance deficits.
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