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July 15, 2011

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Somehow, I think the definition of pain was different 107 years ago.

Holy OUCH.

For those folks who needed a good excuse to miss church...the good doc was open Sundays, 10 to noon.

I wonder if it really doesn't hurt

if this ad was from 1903, I wonder what kind of anesthesia Dr. Wright use to sedate the patient?

Dr. B. E. Wright has got to be one of the earliest orthodontist of his time.

That's gotta hurt. I wonder where they placed this ad before.

He has been the inspiration for other dentists to create cometic dentistry.

I wonder what were the practices of dentistry then. I wonder if they are applicable now.

This is probably one of the most earliest dentist to use bridge work and ads for his dental service.

Well, the extraction could work as advertised but bring a slew of side effects along with it. We will never know.

So dentists are really into advertising their services since the late years. But having these professionals back then seems that the life they had before was not that bad.

You mention truth issue on that stuff. I think you described it in a professional way. I hope you go further in this way, with your excellent way of writing articles.

You mention truth issue on that stuff. I think you described it in a professional way. I hope you go further in this way, with your excellent way of writing articles.

I shudder at the state of emergency dental care at that time. Thankfully everything is so much better now!

"AD FROM 1903" -- Seems like PAIN was define differently back then.

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