Dental Advertiser Volume 21

Dental Advertiser Volume 21

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...In experimenting to obviate this spreading proclivity, and at the same time to further the remedial properties of the medicament, we have settled on the following mixture and have found it to be, after six months' trial, a really useful corrective: R Salicylic acid crystals--alcohol, o. s. to make saturated solution, .................. j Oil Eucalyptus, ................. 5 vj The salicylic acid should be made from oil of wintergreen, and by some such reliable makers as the William S. Merrell Chemical Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. The salicylic-eucalyptus preparation is best applied to pyorrhoea pockets by a wisp of cotton wound on a flexible broach. It does not spread, is agreeable to the patient, and is efficient in its results. A CASE is related of a woman aged ninety-eight, a resident of Anglesey, (Wales), who recently cut three new teeth. It appears that the eruption of the new teeth was attended with rather peculiar results, as she died soon after. However, as she was the mother of thirteen children, it might have been the unlucky number of progeny that prevented her reaching the even hundred years-and not the cutting of the teeth, after all. THE NEW Yonx STATE DENTAL STUDENTS' SOCIETY OURNAL, T/z Record, mentions an experiment of the late Seth Green, of Rochester, N. Y., the fish-culturist, on a voracious trout which had a propensity for biting its-companions. Mr. Green extracted a few of the trout's teeth and the biting ceased. This item is quite interesting, but is hardly an item of news, as the much respected Seth Green died August 20, 1888. MINNESOTA DENTAL LAw.--Chief ustice Gilfillan, of the Supreme Court of the State of Minnesota, rendered a decision December 2, I889, affirming the constitutionality of more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236919793
  • 9781236919793