A dentist and nurse tending a patient in a chair, a woman holding up a test tube filled with blood and three surgeons in green coats and face masks; a warning about the dangers of contaminated blood and transmission of the AIDS disease. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995.
A practical essay on the human teeth: explaining the art of effectually preserving the health, utility, and beauty of the teeth, gums, and contiguous parts of the mouth, and setting forth the Use of the various Operations employed by the Dentist, in preventing and remedying the Diseases, Defects, and Deformities incident to the several Parts of the Mouth, with such Instructions as will enable the Patient to judge for himself when they ought to be performed: Wherein the most material Objections against Scaling the Teeth, and the Use of artificial Teeth are considered, and a full Refutation of them attempted. To which is subjoined an appendix exhibiting the author's charges for the several operations he performs, &c. By Paul Eurialius Jullion, Surgeon - Dentist.
- Jullion, Paul Eurialius.
- M.DCC.LXXXI.