Monday, September 7, 2015

Identification Dental Chart

My great-uncle died on 22 July 1944 in battle during World War II.  He was buried in an individual grave, uncasketed and in a poncho, in Guam No. 2 Cemetery, Plot C, Row 2, Grave 10.  He was disinterred on 28 November 1947.  These dental charts were used to identify his body.






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  1. Dental emergencies can occur at any time, needing the services of a 24 hour dentists or emergency dentist. But what do you do if you cannot get an appointment or have access to an emergency dentist in London? Fortunately we have a guide for all common types of emergency dentist issues that we see regularly including toothache, wisdom tooth, pain after tooth extraction, broken front tooth, and knocked out tooth. There's also good advice for lost fillings and crowns that come off as well as dry socket and swollen face. Will it hurt if my crown falls off?

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