Teaching model of dual tritubercular tooth cross section

Maker
Charles Harold Down (b.1890, d.1965)
Date
1930
Description
Gypsum model of simple tritubercular tooth (doubled) cut in half (cross section). Free standing.
Professor Harold Down, known to generations of the profession as "fluff" was the first lecturuer in conservative dental surgery, at the Dental College retiring in 1960. He developed a technique for the production of large scale teaching models with which he demonstrated the black system of cavity classification. This example is one of a complex set that was exhibited in the college at 193 Spring St.
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Object detail

Date
1930
Medium
gypsum, paint
Measurements
6 x 3.7 x 3.6 cm
Accession Number
HFA2917
Object Type
models
teaching materials/teaching notes
Henry Forman Atkinson Dental Museum Category

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