Nev. Admin. Code § 638 Sec. 4 - NEW
1. "Equine dentistry" means the examination and treatment of the mouth and teeth of an animal of the equine species through the use of any of the following procedures:
(a) The removal of enamel points from teeth using a handheld file, rasp or motorized or air powered devices;
(b) The maintenance of normal molar table angles and freeing up lateral excursion and other normal movements of the mandible; and
(c) The removal of points from the buccal aspect of the upper arcade and the lingual aspect of the lower arcade.
2. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, the term does not include the extraction of teeth or the performance of oral surgery. The term includes the extraction of a tooth that is loose digitally and can be extracted without the cutting of gum or other soft tissue.
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