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Nicholas Wojcik
Nicholas Wojcik • 2 years ago

The earliest evidence of ancient dentistry, showing intricate gold work around the teeth. From an ancient Egyptian mummy dated to 2000 BCE. This mummy was found with two donor teeth that had holes drilled into them. Wires were strung through the holes and then around the neighboring teeth.

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