To achieve proper equine dentistry and equilibration, Kevin Rundle utilizes instrumentation that has been designed specifically for and proven by Certified Master and Advanced Equine Dentists around the world. This allows for the practitioner to be as accurate as possible by allowing each individual tooth or part of to be addressed separately without compromising the adjacent tooth, i.e., following the steep curve of spee (jaw) and accurately reducing a hook at the back of the mouth leaving it at the proper molar table angle to avoid malocclusions, abscesses and pressure/fracture points.
Performed by hand. Removes some of the sharp points from the outside of the upper molars (cheeks) and the inside of the lower molars (tongue). This does not however address any of the issues on the molar tables themselves nor the incisors.
Performed with a motorized Power Float. Duplicates the same concept as hand floating. In my opinion, I believe this piece of equipment does not allow the user to effectively address the molar table surfaces at the right angles due to its straight shaft, thickness and length. Due to the curve of the spee, the Power Float is unable to follow this curve in all horses due to a lack of room in the mouth or visualize and accurately address the finer details of equilibration and requires additional equipment to follow that spee.