I posted on my PPID thread, especially considering tooth problems seem to be common with Cushing's horses, but I figured I'd post a new thread in case others are interested. Jessie had a 6 month dental flowup last week. She had one tooth cracked above the gum line 6 months ago, and started showing signs of discomfort and infection last week. I started her on antibiotics for fear that the infection would get out of control with the PPID and into the sinuses. The vet came out, was shocked by how sharp she was, then realized upon further exam she had something like 8-9 additional fractured teeth (cracks and slab fractures) We don't know why her dental health has declined so much in the last 6 months, and took radiographs to investigate further. My vet says rads appear normal, but if when she comes off the antibiotics she continues having issues, she'll send them off to a dentist for another opinion. I am open to any and all opinions and thoughts. While she is feeling much better and chewing well, I am still lost as to why she aquired so many fractures in such a short period of time Here are her rads for anyone interested!