Name: Justin Stark Equine Dentistry. Descripton: The field of equine dentistry is no longer a place where an inexperienced person can stick a modified rasp into a horse's mouth and "float" his teeth. This highly technical field now requires that the practitioner be educated and well equipped with precision instruments and that he must have an eye for detail. Yes, there are still practitioners who still use the old methods and instruments, but as horses become more specialized and go up in value, they require a dentist that understands the mechanics of the mouth and how he will affect them as he proceeds to work on that horse. A good horse dentist is well worth the money he charges to work on your horse. He will allow your horse to maintain a competitive edge in any arena or discipline and he will help your horse to efficiently grind his feed so his body can properly digest it. A poor or inexperienced practitioner can have disasterous effects on the horse, his ability to eat, and anyone who rides that horse. If you have ever had migraine headache that is associated with a misaligned jaw, you will understand the pain that a horse might experience from the same.No matter where you live in the United State, I am connected to a network of equine dentists. If I cannot personally help you and your horse I can make recommendations to the best-qualified and geographically closest dentist for you.