Equine Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery
This is the largest and most comprehensive textbook on equine dentistry and maxillofacial surgery ever published, and includes the many major scientific advances made in this area over the last 25 years. It also describes in great detail numerous developments in standard and advanced equine dental surgical techniques. The 38 authors include the most prominent academic and clinical specialists in equine dentistry in the world, and most of the authors are Equine Diplomates of the European or American Colleges of Veterinary Dentistry. This textbook will be essential reading for all equine veterinarians performing dentistry especially those who wish to specialise in more advanced equine dentistry, including maxillofacial surgery. Sections of the book will also be of great interest to undergraduate veterinary students, equine interns, equine surgical residents, and veterinary anatomists and pathologists.
Jack Easley served as a surgeon at Kansas State University and Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, where he completed an Equine Surgical Residency, Master’s Degree in Surgery and became an ABVP (Equine) Diplomate. Since 1982, he has been in private equine practice with an emphasis on dentistry. In 2014, he was certified by the American Veterinary Dental College (Equine). He edited the first major equine dentistry textbook, Equine Dentistry, has written multiple research and clinical papers, and is regarded a pioneer of the recent revival of scientific equine dental studies.
Padraic Dixon is a graduate of University College Dublin, obtaining a PhD in Equine Respiratory Disease at the University of Edinburgh, where he worked as Professor of Equine Surgery until retirement in 2021. His main clinical and research interests are equine dental disorders and head and neck surgery, and he has received numerous international awards for his clinical and scientific contributions in these fields.
Nicole du Toit graduated from Onderstepoort, South Africa, in 2000 and subsequently worked in equine practice in the UK. In 2002, she began an equine residency at the University of Edinburgh, followed by a PhD in Equine Dentistry with Professor Padraic Dixon. She has been in equine dental practice since 2011, and was awarded Diplomas from the European and American Veterinary Dental Colleges (Equine) in 2013. She has authored many scientific publications and book chapters in equine dentistry, and is currently a partner at the Equine Dental Clinic, UK.
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