Panel Discussion – Equine Diastema – Best Treatment Option?


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Panel Discussion – Equine Diastema – Best Treatment Option? (Recorded 10 November 2020)

 

Panelists:Neil Townsend   MSc, BVSc, CertES(Soft Tissue), DECVS, DEVDC(Eq), MRCVS –
Three Counties Equine Hospital, UK
Molly Rice   DVM, DAVDC(Eq) – Midwest Veterinary Dental Services, USA
Oliver Liyou   BVSC (HONS1), MANZCVSC (EQ DENT) – Equine Veterinary & Dental Services,
Australia
Moderator:Rob Pascoe   BVSc, BAEDT, DAVDC(Eq), MRCVS – Equine Dentistry Referrals, UK


PANEL DISCUSSION DESCRIPTION

Diastema treatment splits opinions amongst equine practitioners with some advocating flushing & packing of the interdental space and periodontal pockets and others in favour of diastema widening to prevent food from getting trapped. Then, there is of course the view that tooth extraction should be used in certain cases... The distinguished panel of international equine dentistry specialists will debate available treatment options and share their views, opinions and tips & tricks that they found helpful.

DIAGNOSTICS & DECISION MAKING

  • What is the ‘gold standard’ in working up horses with diastemata?  What diagnostic limitations need to be considered?
  • What depths of periodontal pockets associated with diastemata make burring or widening a futile endeavor? What parameters should be considered here?
  • Should we packing diastemata when we can’t be sure that they are clean?

TREATMENTS

  • Does burr positioning at a right angle to the teeth during burring, as shown in some papers, increase the risk of pulp exposure?
  • How essential is water cooling when burring diastemata? If one doesn’t have water cooling whilst burring, at what time intervals should one stop and flush to cool the teeth.
  • Is partial diastema widening (occlusal relief cutting) an under-utilized treatment for diastemata?
  • Is tooth extraction an underused method of diastema treatment?

LONGTERM OUTCOME

  • What medium-to-long-term bone regeneration/remodeling capacity can one expect in young horses with periodontitis?
  • How do the different therapeutic techniques compare in respect to functionality, long-term resolution and recurrence?

 

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    Rob Pascoe
    BVSc, F/NCED, Dipl.AVDC(Eq), MRCVS

    United Kingdom

    RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry (Equine), American Veterinary Specialist in Dentistry (Equine)
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    Rob qualified from the University of Bristol in 1999 and started in mixed practice in North Devon immediately afterwards. During the next two years he became very interested in equine dentistry and moved back to the University of Bristol to join their equine practice to further hone his skills. There he worked with recognised experts in equine dental disease. He also attended courses run by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) and has since become a tutor on all the BEVA dentistry courses. Rob has also travelled widely to lecture on equine dentistry, with regular visits to the USA. In October 2003, he sat the British Equine Veterinary and British Veterinary Dental Associations’ exam in equine dentistry and became only the second veterinary surgeon in the UK to successfully pass and achieve BEVA/BVDA approved status. In 2004, he became an examiner for the BEVA/BVDA equine dentistry exam and was appointed as the chairman of the examination committee from 2005 to 2008. Rob joined Bell Equine Clinic in 2006, bringing both first opinion and referral dentistry services to the practice.  He now runs Equine Dentistry Referrals Ltd in the UK.

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    Molly Rice
    DVM, Dipl.AVDC(Eq)

    United States

    American Specialist in Equine Dentistry
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    Dr. Molly Rice, Board Certified Equine Veterinary Dentist™, grew up in the Madison area and graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison Veterinary School in 2003.

    Following graduation, she completed an internship with Wisconsin Equine Clinic in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. During that time, she developed a strong interest in dentistry and reproduction. After her internship, she joined a private practice in the Madison area where she practiced general equine medicine for six years and worked toward advancing her skills in dentistry.

    After spending time training with Dr. Henry, she was thrilled to join his dental team in 2009. She has really enjoyed being part of a dental-based practice. In addition to her clinical work, she has enjoyed educating other veterinarians, veterinary students, and clients at continuing education events and meetings.

    In the fall of 2015, Dr. Rice became an Advanced Standing candidate for the American Veterinary Dental College and started her training for board certification in equine dentistry. She passed her board exam and officially became a diplomate of the Equine American Veterinary Dental College in June of 2018.

    Dr. Rice and her husband Dave share their household with two cats and two dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys trail riding, camping, fishing and hiking.

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    Neil Townsend
    MSc, BVSc, CertES(Soft Tissue), Dipl.ECVS, Dipl.EVDC(Equine), MRCVS

    United Kingdom

    European & RCVS Specialist in Equine Surgery / European & RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry (Equine)
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    Neil qualified from Bristol University in 2004 and after a brief period in mixed practice embarked on an equine only career starting with an Equine internship at Liverpool University and surgical residency at the University of Edinburgh. He re-joined Liverpool University in 2010 as a surgery clinician, setting up an advanced dentistry service including standing CT. He joined Three Counties Equine Hospital, Tewkesbury in 2015 where he provides both an in-house and peripatetic advanced dentistry and surgery service. He is interested in all aspects of equine surgery and advanced dentistry and lectures nationally and internationally on these subjects.

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    Oliver Liyou
    BVSC (HONS1), MANZCVSC (EQ DENT)

    Australia

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    Dr Oliver graduated from Uni of Qld in 1993 and is the principle veterinarian and business owner of EVDS which he founded in 2002.

    Having grown up around horses, Dr Liyou has a passion for helping owners to help their horses and enjoys all equine vet work – despite focussing on dentistry. Since 2002, Oliver has co-ordinated and hosted equine dentistry training workshops for equine vets from all over the world.

    He has authored several scientific papers and lectured on equine dentistry in most states of Australia, at AVA, AEVA and Aust College Science Week Functions, to vets in China, along with writing many articles for horse magazines to raise awareness of welfare in horses

    Oliver has co-designed many equine dental instruments including the Porta-Safe-Stock trailer, which has been supplied to vets in all states of Australia. He developed his own brand of dental instruments and launched the EVDS webstore in 2005 to service the need for quality equine vet dentistry tools in Australia and New Zealand.

    Oliver loves his work but also loves spending time with family and friends, watching rugby league, playing with his horses, boating and most things outdoors and fun.

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Julie Davis, Circle D Veterinary Services, USA

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