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post #1 of 4 Old 04-28-2016, 01:21 PM Thread Starter
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Natural Balance Dentistry

Has anyone used a practitioner who follows Natural Balance Dentistry? I just found out about a gal who will be coming to the area soon for NBD floats.
I have always had vets out with sedation and power floats, but the last few vets I have used I am not too happy with.


Just hoping to get some feedback on this method.
(I know, any method used is only as good as the individual doing the work)

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I have had it done on mine several about 4 years ago?
The gal did a nice job from what I can tell and two years ago I had an equine dentist check their teeth, at that point he said they could go another 6 months before needing to be done again. Of course there are other factors that contribute like eating habits but I thought 2+ years was pretty good compared to the power float that a vet did previously that the NB dentist has to fix as I was having issues.
Again, like you said, regardless of the method it depends on the job done.

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