A Case of Dental Surgery

On returning from a visit to the dentist recently, I found awaiting me a copy of the Sentinel of November 2, containing a most helpful article from the pen of Dr. Van Fossen. It seemed only proper, under the circumstances, to corroborate the testimony of the dentist with a chapter from my own experience in the new way of thinking.

The belief in the necessity of suffering during a dental operation is so general that every one must hail with joy the discovery that such pain is actually unnecessary.

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