LADY DENTIST - April 1884
HILDRETH, WILSON, HARLAN
Posted By: Pat Ryan White (email)
Date: 6/21/2017 at 09:47:03
Mrs. Hildreth has just received the first license issued to a lady by the State Board of Iowa. She studied and was examined under the supervision of I.P. Wilson, Professor of Histology and Clinical Dentistry.
Her office will be at her residence, second door north-west of the Harlan House, north Jefferson street.
She is able to work both the old and new method of dentistry. To-day dentistry is the preservation of the natural teeth. Particular attention paid to the eruption of the teeth. Childrens teeth should be examined as often as twice a year. All examination free of charge.
A good set of teeth for $10. Filling, cleaning the teeth, extracting and repairing done at reasonable prices. It would do you good to take a look at her improved dental outfit.
["Free Press", page 3, Thursday, April 17, 1884]
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