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1958 LISTERINE vintage magazine advertisement #Dentist #DentalHistory #vintage #advertisting

1958 LISTERINE vintage magazine advertisement #Dentist #DentalHistory #vintage #advertisting

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Ancient Egyptians replaced teeth by using gold wire to attach the crown from a…

Ancient Egyptians replaced teeth by using gold wire to attach the crown from a…

Dental bridge, 6th century BC.

Dental bridge, 6th century BC.

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Bit es heue noch wie früher die #Toatalprothese beim Zahnarzt ?http://www.zahn-zahnarzt-berlin.de/deutsch/totalprothese.html

Bit es heue noch wie früher die #Toatalprothese beim Zahnarzt ?http://www.zahn-zahnarzt-berlin.de/deutsch/totalprothese.html

I used to love reading these books! Didn't know they had a dental one :)

I used to love reading these books! Didn't know they had a dental one :)

"Sabrina Demonstrates The Worlds Finest Projection Equipment" Bell & Howell Headliner

"Sabrina Demonstrates The Worlds Finest Projection Equipment" Bell & Howell Headliner

The First Dental Assistant. #DentalAssistant #DentalAssistantsROCK #DentalJokes #DentalHumor #Dentaltown #DentallyIncorrect #HowardFarran

The First Dental Assistant. #DentalAssistant #DentalAssistantsROCK #DentalJokes #DentalHumor #Dentaltown #DentallyIncorrect #HowardFarran

The first patented toothbrush was 1857, acquired by H.N. Wadsworth in the United States. What's interesting is that mass production of these toothbrushes didn't occur for another 28 years in 1885. I guess that is because tooth brushing never really caught on until the end of the WWII. It was part of a soldier's daily routine to clean their teeth, and this was something that they brought home with them. Here are some toothbrushes that were similar to North American toothbrushes at the time.

The first patented toothbrush was 1857, acquired by H.N. Wadsworth in the United States. What's interesting is that mass production of these toothbrushes didn't occur for another 28 years in 1885. I guess that is because tooth brushing never really caught on until the end of the WWII. It was part of a soldier's daily routine to clean their teeth, and this was something that they brought home with them. Here are some toothbrushes that were similar to North American toothbrushes at the time.

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