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Robert Brissenden Equine Dental Services

Robert Brissenden Equine Dental Services. A BSc qualified Equine Dentistry covering primarily covering Kent, East Sussex, Surrey, and further on request, helping your horse or pony from Shetlands to Shires, Competition to Companion.

From a BSc in Equine Dental Science and experience gained from the College of Equine Dentistry Australia I have a comprehensive understanding of the whole horse, anatomy and digestion as well as the bio-mechanics and function of the equine dentition.

Robert Brissenden – Equine Dental Technician
UK Trained & Fully Insured


Oral Examination

Dentistry is an important part of the health care of your horse. Your horse’s teeth should be examined at least every year

Teeth Rasping

Rasping to reduce sharp edges can vastly improve your horse’s performance. It is essential that your bit or bridle does not cause oral...

Focal Overgrowths

Removal of any minor focal overgrowths such as small ramps, hooks, overgrown teeth, waves and spurs

Rostral Profiling

Rostral profiling of the upper and lower cheek teeth (previously referred to as bit-seating)

Incisor Problems

The incisor teeth are found at the front of the horses mouth and are used for nipping the grass.

Dental Records

Documented and detailed dental reports and charts during our appointments provides on-going dental history.

Regular maintenance is essential for comfort and performance in your horse


Horses and ponies that display unwanted behaviour and/or personality may be suffering…

Find out more about common equestrian dental problems, and indications of dental problems…

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Kent & Surrounding Areas | Fully Comprehensive Insurance

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Our happy Clients

What our Clients say

Just wanted to tell you how pleased I am after todays visit.
I was so happy with the gentle understanding way you dealt with my 3 special boys all different in their own way and you dealt with them individually.
You catered to their different personalities and kept them calm, especially my very nervous little pony.
Thanks again, it is so good to know that they were, in no way, upset with their experience of seeing the dentist.

Sarah Fenton
Sarah Fenton

I am writing to thank you for the caring and patient manner in which you treated him, I was so impressed with the treatment as I really didn’t know what to expect or how he would respond! What you have managed to do with him has probably taken another difficult situation for him out of the of the potential list, and as you said, will probably ensure he will be even better next time you see him.

Ruth Feeny-Brown
Ruth Feeny-Brown
British Association of Equine Dental Technicians