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Joseph Fox on Diseases of the Human Teeth

Lot 0248 Details

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Author: Fox, Joseph
Title: The Natural History and Diseases of the Human Teeth
Place Published: London
Publisher:E. Cox
Date Published: 1814
Description:


x, 100, 179 pp. 23 plates. (4to) modern half calf and marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt. Second (first complete) Edition.



"As the first lecturer on dentistry at Guy's Hospital, Fox had an enormous impact on early nineteenth century dental practices.  Though much of his theory of oral physiology and pathology was of dubious value, his operative procedures remained in vogue for more than fifty years.  This treatise was, in its day, the most complete work of its kind and was the first to give specific operative procedures for correcting dental irregularities." - Heirs of Hippocrates 1314.  See Garrison-Morton 3679 and 3679.1, citing the first appearance of the first part in 1803, and the first appearance of the second part in 1806.  Wellcome II, p.  50.
Condition
Several ink stamps of the Denver Dental Association, not on plates. Some offsetting and light foxing; very good in a fine modern binding.
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Lot 0248 Details

Description
...
Heading:
Author: Fox, Joseph
Title: The Natural History and Diseases of the Human Teeth
Place Published: London
Publisher:E. Cox
Date Published: 1814
Description:


x, 100, 179 pp. 23 plates. (4to) modern half calf and marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt. Second (first complete) Edition.



"As the first lecturer on dentistry at Guy's Hospital, Fox had an enormous impact on early nineteenth century dental practices.  Though much of his theory of oral physiology and pathology was of dubious value, his operative procedures remained in vogue for more than fifty years.  This treatise was, in its day, the most complete work of its kind and was the first to give specific operative procedures for correcting dental irregularities." - Heirs of Hippocrates 1314.  See Garrison-Morton 3679 and 3679.1, citing the first appearance of the first part in 1803, and the first appearance of the second part in 1806.  Wellcome II, p.  50.
Condition
...
Several ink stamps of the Denver Dental Association, not on plates. Some offsetting and light foxing; very good in a fine modern binding.

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