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User: ru_medart (posted by marinni)
Date: 2010-01-14 12:15
Subject: Стоматология- картинки. 15-18 век.
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Стоматология- картинки. 15-18 век.


Лечение и особенно удаление зубов, помимо врачей- было уделом профессиональных парикмахеров-хирургов, путешествующих практиков и кузнецов. Стоматология не регламентировалась и не лицензировалась до конца 1800. Поэтому на картинках мы видим интерьеры кузницы, сценки с ярмарок и просто уличные. А также инструменты, больше похожие на слесарные, многие из них принадлежали кузнецам.







Wellcome Library, London
"The Dentist", 14th Century (Roy.MS. 6 E.VI).
Half-tone reproduction
From: British Journal of Surgery



Print made by Lucas van Leyden
Date
1523
The Dentist; a man at centre standing facing left toward another man who inserts a dentist's instrument into his mouth; at left, a table filled with more instruments; at right behind the central man, a woman gently puts her hand in the man's purse. 1523
Engraving



Public dental operation at a market; at right a dentist examines the teeth of a man seated on a bench watched by a hunch-backed man with a stick; at left three silhouetted figures at a stall with hanging garlic or onions
Print made by Gillis van Scheyndel
Date
1620-1630


Print made by Jacques Dassonville
Date
1625-1670 (circa)

The Dentist
By: Pieter Jansz Quast
Collection: Wellcome Images

The Dentist
By: Pieter Jansz Quast
Collection: Wellcome Images

Print made by Jan van der Bruggen
After David Teniers the Younger
Date
1665-1690



A blacksmith removing the last tooth from a woman's mouth using plyers; another onlooker standing in the foreground to right. c.1740s
Print made by Johann Simon Negges


Wellcome Library, London
'The dentist' with female patient, both standing.
In the Accademia, Venice.
Painting By: Pietro Longhi


Дантист в центре, многие люди в масках- Венеция.
Many people outdoors most wearing masks, a dentist in the centre and a vedor at left, after Tiepolo. 1765





Le arti per via
A dentist wearing a wig and frock coat on a platform pulling the tooth of a patient who sits on the side of the platform; in the background a picture of the dentist with the motto 'Fama volat', and a monkey on a chair trying on his hat; a copy in the reverse direction of the engraving by Volpato after Maggiotto. after 1765
After Francesco Maggiotto
Print made by Giovanni Volpato
Production place
Published in Venice (all objects)
Date
1760-1770


Down with your Dust. No Cure, no Money.
Print made by William Humphrey
After Francesco Maggiotto
Production place
Published in London (scope note | all objects)
Date
1765-1770



Print made by Jacques Philippe Le Bas
After David Teniers the Younger
Date
1725-1783
The dentist: interior with bearded man sitting in armchair and showing the tooth he has just extracted


The London Dentist
Published by Bowles & Carver
After Robert Dighton
Production place
Published in London
Date
1784


The Dentist, or Teeth Drawn with a Touch
Published by Robert Sayer
Print made by James Wilson
Production place
Published in London (scope note | all objects)
Date
1790-1792


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A pair of Wirtembergs! Or the little Wiltshire dentist easing Faro's little daughter of tooth-ache
Print made by Isaac Cruikshank
Published by S W Fores
Production place
Published in London (scope note | all objects)
Date
1797


Easing the tooth-ach.
Print made by James Gillray
Published by Hannah Humphrey
Production place
Published in London (scope note | all objects)
Date
1796



Трансплантация зубов
Transplanting of Teeth
A fashionable dentist is extracting the teeth of the poor in order to insert 'live teeth' immediately into the jaws of his patients.
Print made by Thomas Rowlandson
Date
1787



A French dentist shewing a specimen of artificial teeth and false palates
Print made by Thomas Rowlandson
1811




Watchpaper; coloured print of dentist drawing tooth from patient.
Purchased through Christie's

Watchpaper; coloured print of dentist drawing tooth from patient.
Purchased through Christie's


Tugging at a high- eye-tooth!
Print made by George Cruikshank
Published by George Humphrey
Production place
Published in London (scope note | all objects)
Date
1821



Published by Bowles & Carver
After Robert Dighton
Production place
Published in London
Date
1784



Social satire: a lady is subjected to having her tooth pulled by a famous dentist in a drawing room, while two gentlemen laugh at the joke, given in verse below, that though he is rich, the dentist "does but live from Hand to Mouth". 4 June 1806





Made in Japan
Date
1883

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The double-ended pelican (dental instrument).
From: Les Oeuvres d'Ambroise Pare
By: Pare, Ambroise
Published: Paris 1585


Science Museum, London, Wellcome Images
Dental instrument set comprising five pelicans in tooled leather case, 16th-17th centuries, French, Dr. Hamonic Collection, leather, steel and

Science Museum, London, Wellcome Images
Dental instrument set, 5 instruments remain and 2 bottles, in chest covered with bullion embroidery showing arms of Bacon of Redgrave, 17th century. Grey background.


Three dental instruments in a leather pouch, England, 1800-1850
The pouch contains two iron dental keys and a pair of iron dental forceps. These instruments would have been used in tooth pulling. Dental keys or tooth keys were introduced in 1730 and became the instrument of choice for tooth pulling from the 1770s onwards.
Стоматологические ключи появились в 1730 году, как ими пользовались- я не очень поняла, ими зацепляли зуб и поворачивали, как ключ в замке. Эти инструменты принадлежали кузнецу.

The claw was placed over the top of the tooth and the bolster, the long metal rod to which the claw is attached, was placed against the root of the tooth. The instrument was then turned in much the same way that one would turn a key to open a lock. Undoubtedly this was painful for the patient and could cause much damage to the remaining teeth. It is believed that these instruments were made and owned by a blacksmith in Leicestershire, England. Tooth pulling was carried out by a number of people, including barber-surgeons, travelling practitioners and blacksmiths. Dentistry did not become a regulated and licensed profession until the late 1800s.


Dental instrument set, United States, 1871-1900

This large and ornately decorated dental instrument set may have been made for an exhibition. It has six layers of instruments, most of which have mother-of-pearl handles with an amber inlay. The instruments include dental keys, dental forceps for tooth pulling and dental descalers to remove plaque and deposits from the teeth. It is a large chest measuring 430 mm long and weighing 13.11 kg.




CHILD'S TOOTH KEY WITH FLAWLESS IVORY GRIP. MEASURING ONLY 1840



Dental key, later 19th century, used to extract teeth. Made of iron with an ivory handle. It has four hooks or heads each fitted on to the key by a screwed sleeve, and each is designed to fit around a different size and type of tooth.

The dental engine - drill worked by foot.
From: Surgical Instrument Catalogue
Published: Arnold and Sons 1910

Еще медицинские картинки, там встречаются зубные врачи-тут



http://www.abdn.ac.uk/virtualmuseum/pictures_show2.php?prefix=ABDUA&num=18375&firstview=true&mt=not&sign=&viewnumber=&resultsperpage=9
http://www.scientificaopticae.ca/collection/page1.htm
http://images.wellcome.ac.uk/
http://www.britishmuseum.org/
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/broughttolife/search.aspx?keywords=dental+instrument&results=10&collection=default_collection

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Date: 2010-01-14 11:25 (UTC)
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