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Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
Old medical instruments/5803-Model of molar tooth
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Code 5803
EUR 500.00
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EUR 500.00
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1517318564Code 5803 Model of molar toothModel for educational use enlarged of a molar tooth disassemblable in 4 parts and made of rubber resin, each part is numbered. English manufacture of the fifties. The molar is mounted on a wooden base painted in black. Very good condition. Cm 18x12x32.5 - inches 7x4.72x12.79.

The first documents which referred to the dental extraction date back to the Code of Hammurabi, dated around 1800 BC: tooth extraction in this case is a punishment and not a cure. Both Aristotle and Hippocrates describe the extraction of teeth. In the Middle Ages the monks looked after dental extraction, an operation then passed to the barbers: various papal edicts forbade to those who belong to religious orders this type of intervention. The first book known which fully covered the dentistry was the Büchlein Artzney published in 1530. The instruments were not particularly sophisticated: from the "pelican", instrument for extraction attributed to the French surgeon Guy de Chauliac in the fourteenth century, to the "turn-key dental" introduced in the eighteenth century, later ousted by modern clamps.

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