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Beginning in the very earliest of times any surgical operation was literally an agonizing terrifying ordeal-a living and many times a dying hell Even a trip to the dentist for a tooth extraction was a much feared and dreaded experience Imagine yourself walking down a dusty cobblestone road with this excruciating toothache one so bad that its almost unbearable You stop at the barbers cart sitting off to the side of the road to see what all can be done to your tooth The barber wearing no gloves and having no experience in this field finishes the person before you The barber who has not washed his hands tells you to open up wide With bugs and dust flying all around you you open your mouth and the barber puts an instrument one that was previously in the other persons mouth into your mouth and tells you that he is going to have to pull the tooth The barber along with 4-10 strong men who are holding you down pulls the tooth right out without having any sort of anesthetic Along with the tooth is a piece of your jawbone You scream All you could think of was the pain As days go by you now have a horrible infection Puss is seeping from where the tooth was and is pouring down the back of your throat The pain is just so unbearable that you then decide to commit suicide Now imagine yourself walking into a clean and sterile room You lay down in a chair to receive your anesthetic so you wont be in any discomfort through the surgery The doctor and assistant who are both now wearing gloves and a mask perform the operation using instruments that have run through the autoclave and have been sterile Everything goes well and you are given antibiotics to prevent from getting an infection Because of people like Guy de Chauliac William Thomas Green Morton and many
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