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Silver dentures attached by Buccal wire springs, circa 1829. In this full upper and partial lower denture, the front teeth are made of porcelain while the back molars are carved from ivory.

Treasures of Dental School’s old museum opened wide at exhibit

Silver dentures attached by Buccal wire springs, circa In this full upper and partial lower denture, the front teeth are made of porcelain while the back molars are carved from ivory.

Antique Sewing Machine Collector Harry Berzack on Singers and Manhattans | Collectors Weekly

Bloodletting, Bone Brushes, and Tooth Keys: White-Knuckle Adventures in Early Dentistry By Hunter Oatman-Stanford

Marijuana tincture containing cannabis buds and alcohol from 1906

1906 Cannabis Indica Fluidextract Medicine made available by the American Druggist Syndicate in NY. This medicine was made from the flowering tops of cannabis sativa. an indica product made with sativa.

Dentist Appointment Browsing thru online and found these graphics and thought I should post .. What do you think

Dentist Appointment Browsing thru online and found these graphics and thought I should post . What do you think

Office Dentist Chair If you are considering a general dentist click on the image to learn more.

[Note: to see Day find me on FB--it's a video clip of my barnyard.] Day Great Big Sad Face for the dentist's chamber of horrors, with big syringes and drills and .okay, also a kind doctor and assistant.

Air Force Dentist Wow .. its amazing what you can find while searching out images for dental implants and more

Air Force Dentist Always interesting what you can find when you type in cosmetic dentist and other related terms

Ollie Louise Bryan (1871–1932), the first African-American woman to become a practicing dentist in the South, was born on December 28, 1871. She entered Meharry Medical College, where she graduated in 1902, the first woman to do so. By 1906 she had married Dr. Felix A. Bryan. The couple moved to Dallas, Texas, where she began practicing as a dentist no later than 1909. In 1916 she retired from dentistry. She died on November 23, 1932, in Dallas, where she was buried at Woodland Cemetery.

This dental insignia was adopted by the American Dental Association in November 1965 as the official emblem of dentistry.

Según la etiqueta "no contiene opio", pero sí cannabis, cloroformo y alcohol (1930)

Cannabis cough syrup, no Opiates. You'll have to take those separately.

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