Street Anatomy: vintage dental teaching tool
Isn’t the internet marvellous? Once I would have had to travel to Paris, wander into a curio shop at just the right time and discover this charming dentistry teaching device all by myself. Now it just lands in my lap while I’m scrolling my phone. Although, there’s a lot to be said for going old school. Wandering Paris doesn’t sound half bad.
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This entry was posted on September 14. 2018 by Miss Vivi
Ssssomething to Ssssqueal about
This morning Jaimie let me sleep in so I had the rare chance to enjoy a bit of spring sunshine on our verandah. Angus was having a bit of a bark and a grumble but I didn’t think much of it until I came around the corner and saw this lovely lady had come to visit. Not the biggest we’ve seen at home, but definitely the only carpet snake that has ever been polite enough to knock on the back door before inviting themselves in. We hold the Gympie record for most snakes and snakeskins in the ceiling and our electrician delights in sending the latest apprentice up the ladder without warning.
This entry was posted on September 12. 2018 by Miss Vivi
From snout to tail: teeth for experiments
I have prepared these piglet teeth and bones which should do the trick for teeth experiments. These are from the upper jaw and I have also cleaned up the lower jaws. If you are in need of some let me know what you are looking for and we can work out a price based on what you need. Don’t forget you can always harvest the teeth from your own piglet specimens as well.
We do also sometimes have human teeth that have been autoclaved and are in steripacks for $2 each. Drop me a line and I’ll let you know what we have in stock.
15 Sept 2016
This entry was posted on September 15. 2016 by Miss Vivi