On the Present State of Dental Surgery as Practised in the United States

HORACE KIMBALL
1834 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
not a rare circumstance to witness symptoms of plethora, or even hemorrhage, after the ligature of large arterial trunks ; sometimes the patient is affected with palpitation, dizziness, oppression, &c. ; sometimes Greeks or Romans towards the cure and restoration to health of diseased teeih. Their operations seem lo have been confined to cleaning and extracting, and also setting artificial teeth, and these operations were done by ihe practitioners of medicine. This continued to be the case until
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