Excerpt from The Dental Advertiser, 1888, Vol. 19: A Quarterly Journal, Devoted to the Advancement of the Dental Profession
Professor of Operative Dentistry, Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario)?
The subject which I have chosen, for what I fear will prove a s... omewhat incomplete paper, is by no means novel, but is, nevertheless, interesting to both operator and patient. So long as a large proportion of our patrons approach our rooms with feelings akin to those experienced by the victims of the inquisition in bygone ages, we, as practitioners, will be interested in the discussion of Sensitive Dentine. On this subject so much has been said and written that I cannot hope, at best, to do more than present known facts in a somewhat new aspect, and to' make some deductions, which may possibly suggest a method of combating the diffi culty, more intelligent, perhaps more scientific, than some which have been in use.
Though all are agreed that human dentine is endowed with the func tion of sensation, there is no general agreement as to the minutia of the process by which a sense of injury is conveyed to the brain so that we may take cognizance of it.
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