We have two different vets with two different ways and two different prices. We have two horses that need their teeth done and two might need them done. One vet does the old timey rasp way which is rather cheap $60 a horse including a slight sedative and then you got the other vet that uses the power tools that is $135 per horse with a heavier sedative. I have seen horses teeth done with the power tools but not the old way. I have watched videos online of it but never seen it in person. What are the pro's and con's of each way? I'm not worried about the money. I just want it done the best way. The one vet that does it the old way seems to think she wont need to sedate any of my horses which there at two that will have to be heavily sedated before she can stick anything in there mouth. I know the equine dentist I watched a while back on some of my friends horses didn't do a very good job and everybody was extremely disappointed. She done it with the power tools.