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Dear Sir, - Allow me, through the medium of the Dental Recorder, to call the attention of parents, physicians, and Dentists to an opera tion up... Læs mere

Excerpt from The New York Dental Recorder, Vol. 2: Devoted to the Theory and Practice of Surgical, Medical, and Mechanical Dentistry

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Excerpt from The New York Dental Recorder, Vol. 2: Devoted to the Theory and Practice of Surgical, Medical, and Mechanical Dentistry

Dear Sir, - Allow me, through the medium of the Dental Recorder, to call the attention of parents, physicians, and Dentists to an opera tion upon children's teeth, which, so far as I am informed, has hereto fore received but little attention. I allude to the plugging or filling of deciduous teeth whenever they begin to decay.

As these teeth are merely temporary, are destined soon to fall out, and their places to be supplied by a new and permanent set, they are generally regarded as of but little consequence, the decay is allowed to progress until the nerve is exposed, and the little patient becomes the victim of excruciating pain, and is often obliged to submit to the operation of having them removed. When the operation of extrac tion is not resorted to, the consequences are often none the less sel vere. Generally, the decay continues, the nerves die, and the roots soon lose their vitality, and are not absorbed, as the roots of healthy teeth are, to make room for the new ones which are growing beneath them. These dead roots remaining in the jaw, frequently cause se vere and painful gum-boils, which often disturb the health of the whole system.

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