Excerpt from Dominion Dental Journal, 1894, Vol. 6
To repair a broken gum - block, grind out the broken part and fit a plain tooth neatly.
The gas, forceps and vulcanizer are ready Oftenest in the hands of the general practitioner. Too many are fast becoming a class ... Of mechanics rather than professionals.
When a gum-block comes Off, not broken, but the pins all out, it is sometimes difficult to match them. I have overcome the difficulty by grinding with a disk dove-tails in the block where the pins were, and replacing and vulcanizing.
During each twenty-four hours there is extracted from their respective glands an average of two pounds of saliva, ten pounds of gastric juice, five ounces Of pancreatic juice, two pounds Of bile, besides a large quantity of other ¿uids, at least twenty pounds' daily in all there is as much excreted as secreted.
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