The Dental Register Volume 49

The Dental Register Volume 49

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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. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...that it is impossible for any one to construct a bridge from the impression or model without seeing the patient, while Dr. Allen claims to have perfect success every time, never having bad one returned as unsatisfactory, though he does not see the patient. Dr. Allen also maintained that it is poor economy for the dentist of the present day to spend his time making solder and refining gold scraps, when everything of the kind is so well done, ready for use, and kept by reliable dental depots. Dr. Taylor and Dr. Browne claim great satisfaction for the die-stamped crowns. Dr. Rosser wants an open mouth band that he can look into and see that it fits before he puts on the cusps. DR. BROWNE stamps the cusps of a shell crown by putting modelling compound in the blank before driving down the mandrel. DR. TAYLOR uses gold foil leaving it in the cusps, adding a little borax and fusing with blow pipe. DR. ALLEN considers borax in soldering absolete, using Parr's flux. DR/BROWNE stamps an aluminum blank (with the Morrison die plate), for use over a gutta percha cap molded over a tooth partially prepared for crowning, putting crystals of cocaine in the gutta percha cap to prevent the tooth from becoming hypersensitive between sittings. DR. R. A. RUSH read a paper for discussion under " Mechan ical Dentistry," describing a case, exhibiting the model, in which as the result of a pistol used with intent of suicide the superior alveolar process and teeth had been shattered and a large opening made into the antrum through the palate. The antrum is denuded of lining membrane, the bone being bare. Food and water pass into the antrum, it being necessary to introduce fluids into the throat through a funnel. It is also necessary for the poor man more

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  • Paperback | 214 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 390g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236866177
  • 9781236866172