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The awkward invitation for patients to swish and spit is a welcome sign that time in the dentist's chair is up...
How did WW2 affect Queensland dentists?
Dentistry was in a state of flux when women were first recorded performing dental treatment...
In the early stages, the dental hospital in Elizabeth St, with its single chair, was staffed by a rotating roster of volunteer dentists
Commercially manufactured chairs were not available until the 1850s
Studying dentistry in the twentieth century
Committed dentists and public servants fought to give every young Queenslander the opportunity to receive dental care
Learn more about how ADAQ paved the path from charlatanism to profession in our state
For millennia, humans believed magic was the only toothache cure; as it turns out, fighting teeth troubles does not need supernatural powers...
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