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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.

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1920 Dentist Office Wow .. its amazing what you can find while searching out images for porcelain veneers and more

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An early dental x-ray machine. I like the lack of lead apron. Living life on the edge!

Patient receiving a dental X-ray, at the Rochester Dental Dispensary, Eastman Dental Archives, University of Rochester

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