Triple Oaks Equine LLC

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How often does my horse need a dental? It depends on the horse. Some horses need it every 6 months, every year or every two years. We recommend that you have a thorough exam done every 6 months or year. A thorough exam includes sedating the horse so that we can put a speculum in their mouth and get a good long look at the teeth, gums and cheeks. This is the best way to examine the mouth and know with accuracy what is really happening with those chompers!

It is important to take care of the teeth starting at an early age. Maintaining a healthy mouth will help to keep your horse(s) in good weight, health, and comfort. Tooth pain is no fun and they often times will react with bad habits to tell you "owww that hurts when you pull back on the bit." Some horses never show signs, and unless you have a vet look in their mouth you might not know they have a problem.

Maintaining a mouth is cheaper than fixing major problems from lack of maintenance. Dentals are done typically in Spring and Fall along with vaccinations. Annuals are certainly encouraged in Winter and Summer. It's your choice.

Dr. Schoessler does dental work on Equids of all sizes and breeds including donkeys and mules. He uses light-weight H.D.E. power dental equipment . We can come to you or you can make an appointment to haul your horse(s) to our facility. Triple Oaks encourages you to watch the float and ask questions. 

We ALWAYS provide an assistant to hold the horse for safety and insurance purposes. This allows you to relax and know your horse is in good hands.

To schedule your horse's dental exam/dental, please call us at (763) 219-4984.     

Dr. Schoessler believes in treating the whole mouth.  He is up to date on the latest equine dentistry technologies and practices.

Power Dental Float

Our float costs includes:

  • First Sedation
  • Basic Float (extractions/corrections extra)
  • Dental Assistant
  • Complementary dose of Bute‚Äč

(763) 219-4984 Office Phone & 24-Hour Emergency Answering Service

Dental Corrections

  • Extract Wolf teeth
  • Waves
  • Ramps
  • Reverse Ramps
  • Tooth Extraction
  • Fractured Tooth
  • Hooks
  • Diastemas
  • Cavities
  • Excessive Tartar Removal

Equine Dentistry