Scott Marx, DVM

Dr. Scott Marx, originally from Wisconsin, graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1981, with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. He then served as an Army officer and paratrooper in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. During this time he became a sky diving jumpmaster and instructor, earned a black belt in Kung Fu, […]

About

Your horse deserves high quality dental care Advance Equine Dentistry is a full service equine dentistry practice serving Colorado’s Front Range and Central Mountains. We are recognized for providing the highest quality equine dental care available. Our services include the basic dental examination, equilibration (float), extractions, periodontal treatments, restorations (fillings), endodontics (root canal therapy), and radiography (X-rays). We also […]

Treating Exotic Animals

 A spectacular tiger all ready for his dental exam and treatment by Dr. Scott Marx. Dr. Marx feels privileged to be able to help these animals that have been rescued through the The Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation (PEIVDF). The mission of PEIVDF is to provide advanced veterinary dental services for the benefit of […]

Equine Dentistry FAQ’s

           

Routine Equine Dentistry – Float

“Floating” is a masonry term that means to “smooth out,” as in smoothing the sharp enamel points on the outside of the upper cheek teeth and the inside of the lowers. There is, however, much more to routine dentistry than removing enamel points. The competent equine dental practitioner performs a thorough examination and uses the examination findings to develop […]

Welcome to Advance Equine Dentistry

Colorado’s favorite mobile horse dentistry practice. Our goal is to give your horse the best dental care possible and provide you with an enjoyable and educational experience. Please call 303-805-1737 to schedule your appointment or contact us here with any questions you may have.    

The Exam

A thorough examination is the basis for all dental procedures and requires, at a minimum, four components. The components are sedation a full mouth speculum a bright headlight, and a mirror. More diagnostics such as the use of a periodontal probe, explorer and radiography (X-rays) may be needed based on the dental condition of each individual horse. Significant dental […]