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THE ABOVE IS NOW IN FULL SWING. Abstraot from 'Times' and 'Witness':— ' A branch of the London Dental Institute has recently been opened in the Government Insurance Building in Princes Btreet. The premises consist of a large waiting room nicely furnished, a couple of operating roome,' a ladies' retiring room, and a work room. The operating rooms are provided with all the latest applianoes that a dentist requires in the performance of his work, and are, like the waiting room, fitted up in a tasteful manner. One of the proprietors, a qualified dentist, is in charge of the branch, and, besides a nurse to- attend upon ladies, he has two assistants, who are engaged in the manufacture of artificial teeth. The workmanship of all such sets of teeth is guaranteed by the man> agement, who undertake to refund any money paid if the work done in unsatisfactory."— [Advt.]

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LONDON DENTAL INSTITUTE., Issue 10470, 13 November 1897

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LONDON DENTAL INSTITUTE. Issue 10470, 13 November 1897

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