The traditional Chinese dentist was originally an old time folk custom from Beijing, where private dentists provided basic tools and a tooth-cup to provide what was considered a painless dental procedure. Such dentists could be found practicing on the streets and in theatres – nothing like today’s modern medicine!
– 115mm x 65mm x 42mm
– 74mm x 59mm x 93mm
– 57mm x 22mm x 30mm
Avoid placing in direct sunlight for a long period of time – unless you want a worn out, vintage look!
Dip the tip of a toothpick in superglue, gloss over the place where needed. As quickly and accurately as possible, paste the detached parts together and hold for a few seconds. Refrain from using too much glue as it can create stains, or get your hands dirty!
Tips: Clean with a soft bristle brush or water. Avoid using corrosive or adhesive detergents.
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