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dental implant samples

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Dates
1960
2015
circa 1960-2015
Category
Dental
Dentures
Classification
Dental
Dentures
Education
Accession Number
015039005
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Accession Number
015039005
Category
Dental
Dentures
Classification
Dental
Dentures
Education
MeSH Heading
Dental Care
Dental Equipment
Dental Implants
Dental Models
Dental Prosthesis
Dentistry
Dentistry -- models
Denture, Complete -- models
Denture, Complete, Lower
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Belonged to donor.
Dates
1960
2015
circa 1960-2015
Date Remarks
Based on invention of this type of implants
Material
lucite: yellow
metal: brass
ink: black
Inscriptions
Handwritten on bottom: "Samples of male // and female units // (Implants)".
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B1-15
Length
5.2 cm
Width
2.5 cm
Height
4.0 cm
Unit Of Measure
centimeters
Copy Type
original
Reference Types
Exhibit
Reference Comments
The Museum of Health Care at Kingston's "Toothless: A History of Dentures" exhibit.
Research Facts
This type of implant, the metal screws which connect the denture to the base, were developed by Swedish surgeon Per-Ingvan Branemark in the 1960s, and they were a revolution in the field.
Images
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Dates
1850
1870
circa 1850-1870
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020427
Description
Partial dentures with a metal base and porcelain teeth attached with vertical metal pins; the metal base clips on to the user's canine teeth on either side and onto the second molar on each side; the central incisors, lateral incisors, first premolars, second premolars and first molars are replaced…
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Accession Number
010020427
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Partial dentures with a metal base and porcelain teeth attached with vertical metal pins; the metal base clips on to the user's canine teeth on either side and onto the second molar on each side; the central incisors, lateral incisors, first premolars, second premolars and first molars are replaced by the porcelain teeth
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund (DCF); previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1850
1870
circa 1850-1870
Date Remarks
Date based on research
Material
porcelain: white
metal: black
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 5.4 cm x Width 4.2 cm x Depth 2.1 cm
Condition Remarks
The first premolar and first molar on the right side of the partial are missing half of the porcelain; they are cracked vertically down the middle; the lateral incisors and first premolar on the left side have cracks in them; the crowns of the teeth are discolored from use and age
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
“A French dentist showing his artificial teeth” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/dental-art/porcelain-teeth.aspx; CD #2
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008
Exhibit History
On display: "Teeth in Time", Main level, Rm 1009, Museum of Health Care, April 12, 2011-November 2014
Images
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Dates
1840
1850
circa 1840-1850
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020430
Description
Lower denture carved entirely out of ivory; teeth present are six molars, the central and lateral incisors, canines and premolars; there are small holes in the ivory base under the third molar and bores straight through the base of the dentures
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Accession Number
010020430
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture carved entirely out of ivory; teeth present are six molars, the central and lateral incisors, canines and premolars; there are small holes in the ivory base under the third molar and bores straight through the base of the dentures
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund (DCF); previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1840
1850
circa 1840-1850
Date Remarks
Date based on research
Material
ivory: cream, brown
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 6.0 cm x Width 3.5 cm x Depth 1.1cm
Condition Remarks
The ivory is discoloured in the grooves of the left third molar and between the front teeth
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
“Ivory dentures” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/teeth-and-dentures/ivory-dentures.aspx; CD #2
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008
Exhibit History
On display: "Teeth in Time", Main level, Rm 1009, Museum of Health Care, April 12, 2011-November 2014
Images
Less detail
Dates
1850
1870
circa 1850-1870
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020433
Description
Lower denture with a carved ivory base and human teeth; central and lateral incisors, canines, and first premolar are human; the second premolar, the first and second molars are carved out of ivory; the human teeth are attached to the ivory base with metal posts; beside the first premolars are meta…
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Accession Number
010020433
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture with a carved ivory base and human teeth; central and lateral incisors, canines, and first premolar are human; the second premolar, the first and second molars are carved out of ivory; the human teeth are attached to the ivory base with metal posts; beside the first premolars are metal clips to attach the denture to the gums
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund (DCF); previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1850
1870
circa 1850-1870
Date Remarks
Date based on research
Material
ivory: cream, brown
metal: black
teeth: white, grey
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 6.4 cm x Width 5.0 cm x Depth 1.3 cm
Condition Remarks
Right lateral incisor is broken and half of the tooth is missing; left central incisor is broken in half lengthwise; all human canines and premolars have very fine cracks in them
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
“Ivory dentures” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/teeth-and-dentures/ivory-dentures.aspx; “A French dentist showing his artificial teeth” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/dental-art/porcelain-teeth.aspx; Tragula, Trin. “Waterloo Teeth: A History of Dentures” BBC – H2G2. Accessed July 7, 2011. http://www.bbc.uk/dna/h2g2/A5103271; “Waterloo teeth” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/teeth-and-dentures/waterloo-teeth.aspx; CD #2
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008; ivory was a common material used in the manufacture of dentures in the 18th century; a down side to ivory is that it degrades quickly in the mouth resulting in bad breath and a bad taste in the mouth; human teeth were preferred as they do not degrade like ivory or are too white like porcelain
Exhibit History
On display: "Teeth in Time", Main level, Rm 1009, Museum of Health Care, April 12, 2011-November 2014
Images
Less detail
Dates
1850
1870
circa 1850-1870
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020434
Description
Lower denture with a carved ivory base and human teeth; the central incisor, lateral incisors, and canines are human; the first and second premolars, and molars are carved out of ivory; the human teeth are attached to the ivory with metal posts
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Accession Number
010020434
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture with a carved ivory base and human teeth; the central incisor, lateral incisors, and canines are human; the first and second premolars, and molars are carved out of ivory; the human teeth are attached to the ivory with metal posts
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund; previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1850
1870
circa 1850-1870
Date Remarks
Date based on research
Material
ivory: cream, brown
metal: black
teeth: cream
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 6.6 cm x Width 4.1 cm x Depth 2.0 cm
Condition Remarks
The teeth are cracked down the center; the left canine is loose
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
Tragula, Trin. “Waterloo Teeth: A History of Dentures” BBC – H2G2. Accessed July 7, 2011. http://www.bbc.uk/dna/h2g2/A5103271; “Waterloo teeth” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/teeth-and-dentures/waterloo-teeth.aspx; “Ivory dentures” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/teeth-and-dentures/ivory-dentures.aspx; “A French dentist showing his artificial teeth” British Dental Association. Accessed June 3, 2011 http://www.bda.org/museum/collections/dental-art/porcelain-teeth.aspx; CD #2
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008; ivory was a common material used in the manufacture of dentures in the 18th century; a down side to ivory is that it degrades quickly in the mouth resulting in bad breath and a bad taste in the mouth; human teeth were preferred as they do not degrade like ivory or are too white like porcelain
Exhibit History
On display: "Teeth in Time", Main level, Rm 1009, Museum of Health Care, April 12, 2011-November 2014
Images
Less detail
Dates
1780
1800
circa 1780-1800
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020466
Description
Lower denture made entirely of porecelain with pink gums and a complete set of cream coloured porcelain teeth minus the third molars; gold coloured metal posterior attachments are present which would have held springs connected to upper dentures
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Accession Number
010020466
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture made entirely of porecelain with pink gums and a complete set of cream coloured porcelain teeth minus the third molars; gold coloured metal posterior attachments are present which would have held springs connected to upper dentures
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund; previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1780
1800
circa 1780-1800
Date Remarks
Date based on donor's remarks
Material
porcelain: cream, pink
metal: yellow
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 4.7 cm x Width 6.5 cm x Depth 1.5 cm
Condition Remarks
Porcelain teeth are discoloured; teeth, particularly the molars have dirt on them; shows signs of use
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
"Medical Discoveries - False Teeth" website; CD #4
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008; porcelain teeth first appeared in 1774 in France when dentist Dubois de Chemat began to make them; de Chemant patented his improved version in 1789 and took them with him when he emigrated to England; Claudius Ash of London, England invented an improved porcelain tooth around 1837; the French dentist A.A. Planteau first brought porcelain dentures to the United States in 1817, and Charles Peale began making porcelain teeth in Philadelphia in 1822; a down side to porcelain teeth was their bright whiteness
Images
Less detail
Dates
1910
1920
circa 1910-1920
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020468
Description
Lower denture with a complete set of plastic teeth minus the third molars, one lateral incisor and one canine; gums are made of vulcanized rubber which is painted pink until the first molar on either side where it changes to brown
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Accession Number
010020468
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture with a complete set of plastic teeth minus the third molars, one lateral incisor and one canine; gums are made of vulcanized rubber which is painted pink until the first molar on either side where it changes to brown
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund; previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1910
1920
circa 1910-1920
Date Remarks
Date based on research
Material
vulcanite: brown
plastic: white
paint: pink
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 5.6 cm x Width 5.7 cm x Depth 1.5 cm
Condition Remarks
There are some white smears on the underside of palate; shows signs of use
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
"British Dental Association Museum" website; CD #4
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008; in 1864 the Goodyear Dental Vulcanite Co. was founded in the United States, producing dentures made with hardened rubber and helping them to become less expensive to make and thus more popular; porcelain was added to vulcanite bases to recreate the light pink colour of natural gums, since making the vulcanite the right colour weakened the denture
Images
Less detail
Dates
1920
1930
circa 1920-1930
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020469
Description
Lower denture with a complete set of plastic teeth minus the third molars; gums are made of vulcanized rubber and painted pink
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Accession Number
010020469
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture with a complete set of plastic teeth minus the third molars; gums are made of vulcanized rubber and painted pink
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund; previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1920
1930
circa 1920-1930
Date Remarks
Date based on research
Material
vulcanite: red
plastic: white
paint: pink
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 5 cm x Width 6.5 cm x Depth 1.9 cm
Condition Remarks
Denture was previously broken in two pieces at the point of the central incisor and was repaired with a clear adhesive
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
"British Dental Association Museum" website; CD #4
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008; in 1864 the Goodyear Dental Vulcanite Co. was founded in the United States, producing dentures made with hardened rubber and helping them to become less expensive to make and thus more popular; porcelain was added to vulcanite bases to recreate the light pink colour of natural gums, since making the vulcanite the right colour weakened the denture
Images
Less detail
Dates
1860
1870
circa 1860-1870
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020485
Description
Lower denture made of pink porcelain with white porcelain teeth mounted on a gold base; complete set of teeth minus third molars
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Accession Number
010020485
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture made of pink porcelain with white porcelain teeth mounted on a gold base; complete set of teeth minus third molars
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund; previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1860
1870
circa 1860-1870
Date Remarks
Date based on similar artefacts and research
Material
metal: yellow
porcelain: white, pink
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 6.5 cm x Width 5.0 cm x Depth 2.0 cm
Condition Remarks
Shows signs of use; gold is discoloured
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
Other
JPG
Reference Comments
"Medical Discoveries - False Teeth" website; similar to 010.020.496; CD #4
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008; porcelain teeth first appeared in 1774 in France when dentist Dubois de Chemat began to make them; de Chemant patented his improved version in 1789 and took them with him when he emigrated to England; Claudius Ash of London, England invented an improved porcelain tooth around 1837; the French dentist A.A. Planteau first brought porcelain dentures to the United States in 1817, and Charles Peale began making porcelain teeth in Philadelphia in 1822; a down side to porcelain teeth was their bright whiteness
Images
Less detail
Dates
1780
1790
circa 1780-1790
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
Accession Number
010020486
Description
Lower denture made of ivory with a complete set of human teeth minus the third molars; teeth are held in place by black metal posts
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Accession Number
010020486
Collection
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Olga Crawford Canadian Dental Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Dental
MeSH Heading
Dental Prosthesis
Denture, Complete, Lower
Description
Lower denture made of ivory with a complete set of human teeth minus the third molars; teeth are held in place by black metal posts
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transfer from the Dental Canada Fund; previously housed in the Dentistry Canada Museum (Ottawa)
Dates
1780
1790
circa 1780-1790
Date Remarks
Date based on donor remarks
Material
metal: black
ivory: cream
paint: blue
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B
Dimension Notes
Length 6.5 cm x Width 4.6 cm x Depth 1.8 cm
Condition Remarks
Shows signs of use; ivory is discoloured around the teeth and the front of the gums; all of the teeth have cracks in them; the proper left central incisor is broken and missing the front part of the tooth, while the first and second molars on the same side are broken missing the back side of the tooth; on the proper right side, the canine and first and second premolar are broken and missing the front part of the tooth; all the teeth are discoloured particularly on the inner palate
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
"British Dental Association Museum" website; CD #4
Research Facts
Dr Ralph and Mrs Olga Crawford donated their extensive Canadian dental collection to the DCF to create the museum in 1997; further donations were received while Dr Crawford was Curator Emeritus at the Dental Canada Museum until its closure in 2008; ivory was a common material used in the manufacture of dentures in the 18th century; a down side to ivory is that it degrades quickly in the mouth resulting in bad breath and a bad taste in the mouth; human teeth were preferred as they did not degrade like ivory or were too white like porcelain
Images
Less detail

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