Originally Posted by alichawhittaker
well I talked to him he is not a vet but I googled his name and he is listed under the American equine school of dentistry so I called there and they said positive things about him they have had no negative complaints.
Good Luck! Remember no sedation without being a DVM. Some horses need sedation to do a proper job on their teeth.
Ask lots of questions about everything he does. My horses dentist always has a horse scull with him so he can explain everything, you can see it in the back right corner of his truck in my photo.
He also asks me to look to see all that is going on inside the mouth.