Horse Dentistry School

Equine Dental Education

Promoting Functional Occlusion for Optimum Nutrition and Performance

 Equine Gnathological Training Institute, Inc., class room facility and skull library, Down Town, Glenns Ferry, Idaho 

Back Side of EGTI Building.

A Registered, Bonded and Insured Proprietary School

Idaho State Board of Education

Equine Gnathological Training Institute, Inc.
2050 East Medicine Wheel Lane
King Hill, Idaho 83633 USA

Dale's Cell:  208-869-1002
Fax: 208-366-2870

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By Dale Jeffrey and Associates; King Hill and Glenns Ferry, Idaho, USA

Equine Gnathological Training Institute "EGTI" is a multi-level horse dental school with hands on training fostering theoretical and practical gnathological studies that specialize in the prophylaxis and equilibration of teeth in horses, mules and donkeys.

The mission, purpose and goal of the Equine Gnathological Training Institute is to fill the needs of the horse and the people who care for them through quality training for responsible gnathological practitioners, providing quality services and relationships in the field of animal husbandry.

The intent of the Equine Gnathological Training Institute is to provide realistic training at reasonable prices filling participant and horses’ needs. Our primary goal is helping the horse and in turn one another through personal training, efforts and endeavors.

If you are looking for a rewarding career or are a practitioner, owner or trainer seeking additional useful information and practical training we will do our best to help you accomplish your goals.


Equine Gnathology Defined

     Equine gnathology is the study of masticatory systems, including their physiology, functional disturbances, and treatment techniques. Gnathology requires extremely accurate equilibration and prophylaxis, verifying the work as it progresses, applying all well founded neuromuscular gnathological principles, and rechecking the work continually.

     The heart of equine gnathology revolves around efficient comfortable mastication, optimum performance, better behavior, longer life and improved temperament.

Because equine gnathology is not generally a part of veterinary or dental school training but part of normal animal husbandry similar to horseshoeing, most is learned through specialized private schools and experienced mentors.