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Identifier: dentalreviewdevo1519unse
Title: Dental overview; dedicated to the development of dentistry.
Yr: 1901 (1900s)
Topics: Dentistry
Writer: Chicago, Dental overview firm 1887-[1918]
Contributing Library: Columbia College Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Nationwide Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

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will discover that the 4 deciduous tooth in situ are verymuch decayed, added to which they had been of very dangerous shade. Thepatient, a younger woman of twenty-two years of age, of very anemictemperament, wished to have these milk tooth extracted and replacedby synthetic ones. Earlier than deciding upon any course of remedy,nonetheless, we had a radiograph taken in an effort to confirm whetherthe 4 everlasting tooth had been imbedded within the jaw, though theshape of the latter didn’t level to this. We proposed to thepatient to try to deliver two at the least of those everlasting tooth intoline, to which she readily agreed. The mouth was first put right into a wholesome situation: all tartarremoved, decayed tooth crammed, and so forth. The affected person being weak and * Learn earlier than the American Dental Society of Europe. ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. 891 topic to fainting matches, she was put upon a weight-reduction plan of super-alimenta-tion, and ordered to relaxation in the midst of the day. On the seventh ofJanuary the operation was carried out below chloroform.

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Mannequin 2A. The operation could also be divided into 4 levels: (1) Thedeciduous tooth had been extracted. (2) The place of the canineswas ascertained by way of a probe. Because the bony construction sur-rounded the tooth on all sides, besides on the extremity of the cusp, 892 THE DENTAL REVIEW. it was essential to make a gap by means of which the tooth couldbe .introduced down. This was achieved by way of a pointy, straightelevator being pushed excessive up between the crown and the alveolarwall, first on one facet of the tooth after which on the opposite. Forcewas exerted immediately outward or inward. (three) The tooth werebrought down, a easy straight incisor forceps getting used for thispurpose. The left canine was in a horizontal place, and con-siderable power needed to be exerted to make it observe the route we

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