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Bow Drill- The earliest known dental drills originated around 9,000 years ago in the Indus Valley area of present-day India and Pakistan.

Dental fun with bow drills! Ever made a fire with a bow drill? Imagine that on your teeth! While the second image is an century Inuit tool, ancient tools and texts found in the Indus Valley.

Woodrow Wilson was president of the United States from 1913 to 1921. He kept America out of WWI until 1917, one year before it ended. He was a Democrat but was, "deeply racist in his thoughts and politics." "His administration racially segregated federal employees and the Navy." (Kim & Hana)

This photo is of President Wilson on the day of his 1913 inauguration showing poor status of his teeth. Poor dental health increases one's risk of atherosclerotic disease.This contributed to Wilson's stroke. Your oral health can effect your entire body!

Apothecary jar for Leeches

It does not get much more awesome than this giant apothecary jar for LEECHES! - no label but need to make a leeches jar!

A pair of late 18th century French dental forceps for molar extractions. The unusual feature is the screw mechanism fixed to the inside of the handles which prevents the forceps closing beyond a given point and avoids fracturing the tooth.

☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ A pair of late century French dental forceps for molar extractions. The unusual feature is the screw mechanism fixed to the inside of the handles which prevents the forceps closing beyond a given point and avoids fracturing the tooth.

SOUTH CAROLINA MACAULAY MUSEUM OF DENTAL HISTORY Dental instruments from the illustrious history of American dentistry

Macaulay Museum of Dental History

Dental Screw Forceps These unusual American forceps contain a extendable screw that was held in place by the blades to ease in burrowing into the tooth's root during extraction.

Wilcox-Jewett Obtunder (1905)  The Wilcox-Jewett Obtunder was a futuristic-looking device that used a periodontal syringe for the oral injection of anesthetic substances (typically cocaine).

The Wilcox-Jewett Obtunder was a futuristic-looking device that used a periodontal syringe for the oral injection of anesthetic substances (typically cocaine).

malformalady: “ Review model for dental brand VECABE — Invention Patent No. 675 996 - SGDG. ”

malformalady: “ Review model for dental brand VECABE — Invention Patent No. 675 996 - SGDG. ”

Do you ever place an implant to support an implant?

Do you ever place an implant to support an implant?

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