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Source: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1821, Sunday, February 20, 1831

Artificial Teeth.

Mr. Watson, Surgeon Dentist (late Assistant to Messrs. Beacall and Rose), begs leave to inform the Nobility and Gentry residing in and about the county of Surrey, that he continues to supply the loss of teeth, upon a new and much approved principle, which so strictly resembles nature in appearance, that it is impossible for the most scrutinzing eye to detect them, at the same time embracing the great requisites of mastication and articulations.—Extracting, Scaling, Stopping, and every other operation on the Teeth and Gums, performed on moderate terms, by Mr. Watson, at 89, Upper Stamford street, Waterloo road, between the hours of 10 and 4.

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