Bits and Bitting

One tip: flip the lip! This video presents helpful advice for bit selection and making sure your horse is bitted properly.

Dental disease in horses is very common and can be complex to treat.

We use the same approach and equipment as your own dentist does with your teeth, with 100% care and professionalism.

  • We provide you with easy-to-understand explanations as to why a treatment is necessary
  • We'll provide you with options and solutions for treatment
  • We offer a no-obligation quote before performing any work.
  • We only use equipment and techniques that have been proven to be safe.

What will Advanced Equine Dentistry provide for you?

A friendly, professional equine dental (horse dentist and horse vet) service, utilising the latest technology and techniques. With the security of full licensing and insurance and a sound knowledge of the veterinary needs of the client and the patient.

Our Mission Statement

  • To provide the highest quality of equine veterinary dental care
  • To educate on and promote the benefits of equine dentistry

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Dr Shannon Lee BVSc MANZCVSc

Dr Shannon Lee obtained his veterinary degree from the prestigious University of Queensland. He has been responsible over the last decade for a large number of innovations in both the practice of and the teaching of equine dentistry.

Dr Lee credits many leading Equine Dental Veterinarians with providing him with both mentorship and support including Australia's first Equine Dental Specialist Associate professor Gary Wilson DAVDC MANZCVSc and friend and colleague Dr Oliver Liyou MANZCVSc.

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Where is Dr Lee right now?

We service the entire east coast of Australia (Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Tasmania) and we also take referrals.
Schedule your next appointment with Dr Lee when he next visits your area - use the contact form below.

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