Photo - Charlotte Cambridge

Equidentist - Priddy , Wells


Equine Dental Technician

General Information

Professional / Company name Equidentist
Profession Equine Dental Technician
Location Wells
Website Address http://www.equidentist.co.uk


Specialities / Skills

Equine dentistry



Qualifications / Affiliated Bodies / Regulated Bodies

BSc (Hons) Dip BEVA/BVDA/BAEDT/IAED



Description

Charlotte has trained with some of the leading experts in the field in the UK, USA and Europe and is certified through the Academy of Equine Dentistry, Idaho, as well as through the International Association of Equine Dentists (IAED). Charlotte is approved by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) and the British Veterinary Dental Association (BVDA) and is a full member of the British Association of Equine Dental Technicians (BAEDT). Charlotte can offer a professional equine dentistry service providing full dental equilibration to enhance your horses' performance and nutritional efficiency. Please explore the site for information on my practice and prices. If you would like to book an appointment or discuss the needs of your horse, please call or send me an email. 



Further Information

Years of experience 0
Locations I am based in Priddy, Somerset in the south-west of England and on a daily basis can cover a 50-60 mile radius (Somerset, Wiltshire, Avon, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Stroud). However, I also travel to Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. If you have a large yard of horses (7+) then I can travel within a 70 mile radius of Somerset. Either phone or email me with enquiries and we can discuss when I will be in the area.
Prices I offer free dental check ups to all clients. Reduced rates apply for large bookings. Routine Dental - £50 This is the routine treatment that your horse has every 6 months to one year depending on its age. A full Dental Chart at the end of each treatment is given. Price may be more if your horse has not had dentistry for more than 2 years. Incisor Correction - £20 - £30 This is performed if the horse has an incisor malocclusion either due to uneven wear of the teeth or differing eruption rates of the incisors. These include incisor wedge, ventral curvature (smile), dorsal curvature (frown), overbite (parrot mouth) and underbite (sow mouth). Price varies on severity. The horse must be sedated for this procedure and a full dental chart is given at the end of each treatment. Remedial Dentistry - £60 - £80 This is if your horse has any large malocclusions of both the incisors and cheek teeth and if the mouth needs re-balancing increasing the horses performance and grinding efficiency. The horse must be sedated and includes incisor correctment. Price varies on severity. A full dental chart is given at the end of each treatment. Removal of wolf teeth (per tooth)- £10 - £15



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