A dental college showing how to build up a tooth by looking at a model of its cross section, from around 1948.
A dental practice in New Zealand which has all of the amenities of a truly “modern” dental clinic for the late 19th century. An adjustable dentist’s chair, nitrogen oxide (laughing gas) to dull the excruciating pain, and a foot powered dental drill was the best that medicine had to offer back then.
In a picture from the USA from the 1930s, we can see nurses practicing on dental models.
The dental practice of Dr. George Grotenfeld from 1904, in mid-treatment.
Dental hygienists cleaning the teeth of the workers of Kodak Park in Rochester in 1927.