Olsen's tools at work.

The Capps rotary disc float and the new Split Blue Diamond!
The best rotary instrument you can buy, plus the Split Blue Diamond technology…
This is truly an UNBEATABLE DUO!
All Split Blue Diamond burrs will fit most power units

An incisor reduction to balance the mouth of a miniature horse with the "cool running" Split Blue Diamond disc in a Capps Incisor hand piece. The Split Blue Diamond technology will enhance all hand pieces. This procedure did not require sedation. Split Blue Diamond will improve the performance of any hand piece.

Reducing a 306 ramp with a 1/2" Split Blue Diamond ball burr in a Capps Hand piece.
This procedure is shown in real time. Due to the "cool running" Split Blue Diamond burr no sedation or irrigation was required. The Split Blue Diamond technology will improve all hand pieces. Make your hand piece state of the art with a Split Blue Diamond burr of your choice.

Olsen's tools are not only for horses...
Kevin Rundle, Ontario Canada: Works on Limba, an Indian elephant from the Bowmanville Zoo in Ontario Canada. Elephants get 6 sets of teeth during their lifetime, the last set coming in about 40 years of age. This was her last set coming in. One of the teeth was not coming in at the correct position thus needed work. (Is Kevin holding her trunk up with his head?)

Kevin Rundle working at Windfields Farm THBD breeding facility. This is a thoroughbred broodmare and Kevin is just beginning his rebalancing work on the molar arcade.
Tony Basile, Equine Dentistry Coordinator at the University Of California, Davis - "Our students are first taught hand floating to ensure a through knowledge of dental procedures. Then they are moved to a Horsepower Unit, considered to be an efficient, safe way, to teach the students", says Tony.

John Brochu, Fayetteville, Arkansas: Works on a 600-pound male Bengal Tiger named Sammy. Sammy lives at a large cat sanctuary/rescue in Kansas. The large cat had a broken canine tooth and is living a happy life now. (I wonder why John chose to use a tranquilizer?)
Chris Lombard, horse trainer. "As a horse trainer, I have worked with many horses that have had "bit" related issues, such as head tossing, pulling on the bit, and refusals. Some have had even worse reactions to the bit, such as bucking or rearing. Many times these problems can simply be solved with proper dental care. Proper dental care keeps the horse's teeth healthy and balanced, and that keeps the horse relaxed and comfortable in its' everyday life. And that in turn, has the horse more relaxed and happy to work with the bit in its' mouth. "
Equine dental tech, Mike McAfee is elevating a wolf tooth from a mini horse named Snowball. This procedure is taking place at a vet clinic in Clovis California.
Steve Scotia, New Gloucester, Maine. Steve is working on a twelve year-old mare named, Blaze. Steve is reducing a ramp to set up for a bit seat on the lower front Molar.



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