Advanced Whole Horse dentistry: http://www.advancedwholehorse.com
If you are interested in bringing your horse to this clinic, send me an email at email@example.com. It costs $150. No power tools used (burns the enamel of the tooth) and no sedation required for your horse.
Todd worked on my horses last year and did a fantastic job! I have also had his teacher, Spencer LaFlure, work on my horses too. The idea is that they balance the front incisors to create a circular eating motion for the horse, rather than an oval. This then effects the proper TMJ joint movement, and the overall balance of the horse. This isn't just a "float" that files down the pointed edges of the molars, although that will be done if there are sharp points. This is a balancing of the overall horse's mouth which leads to better body carriage.