Excerpt from Dominion Dental Journal, 1900, Vol. 12: Official Organ of the Canadian Dental Associations
What will bring profanity to the lips Of real gentlemen, and tears to the eyes Of women sooner than the grinding of carborundum wheels in the preparation Of teeth for crown... s? Who likes the prod of the broach against the ultimate end Of a root's pulp after arsenic has not devitalized it through its entire length?
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