Dentist pulling a tooth, 19th century

Dentist pulling a tooth, 19th century

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Credit: WILL BROWN/CHEMICAL HERITAGE FOUNDATION/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Dentist pulling a tooth. 19th-century artwork showing a dentist and his patient within a stone archway. The dentist is holding up the bloody tooth he has just pulled from the young male patient who is spitting out blood. A symbolic crocodile is hanging from the ceiling. This artwork, titled 'The Dentist and His Patient', is oil-on-metal, after an earlier artwork by 17th-century Dutch painter Gerard Dou.

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