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Doctor Willard, (lately arrived from France) begs leave to acquaint the nobility, gentry, and public in general, that he cures all sorts of corns in a few minutes, let them be ever so bad or of long standing, without the least Pain or Bloodshed. Ladies and Gentlemen who chuse to be constantly attended upon by the Year, he engages that they shall be free from Corns or bad Nails. The most violent Tooth Ach cured in an Instant, he draws the most difficult Teeth, and puts in Artificial Ones to imitate Nature. Also clears the Teeth of their Foulness and Tartar without Pain, of ever so black or yellow in a few Minutes. Stops hollow Teeth with Gold or Lead to prevent decaying or aching. Persons who are troubled with an offensive Breath, or a disagreeable Taste in their Mouth, may be effectually cured. Any Person labouring under a certain Disorder, may have proper Advice and Medicines for it at very moderate Terms, and cures the above Disorder without the least Partical of Mercury let it be ever so bad. Thé Doctor may be spoke with in several Languages, at no. 328, near the new church, Strand. N.B. A Private Door and commodious Appartments to receive Ladies or Gentlemen.
- Willard, Doctor.
For public benefit Johnson's domestic physician: or, Every man his own doctor. In which the most invaluable of these medicines he had administered with such astonishing success, are laid open to the public, and the recipes faithfully given to the world. To which he has added, a treatise on the disorders of children, and method of cure.
- Johnson, doctor.
- printed in the year M,DCC, LXXXV. 
Doctor Cerf, (lately arrived from France) No. 6, Bailey's-Place, Little Tower-Hill, Near the Victualling-Office, London: (please to take Notice of the Number, as there are two Shops in the same Place.) Well known for curing all Kinds of Disorders, both internal and external; likewise the secret disease, let it be ever so inveterate, without any Hindrace of Business, and in as short a Time as the Case will admit of.
- Cerf, Doctor.