Stoneage dentistry

Archaeologists have found evidence, that dentistry is much older than we previously believed.

11 human teeth, 7.500-9.000 years old, have been found in an old graveyard in Pakistan. The teeth have been drilled, which indicates that stoneage people used dentistry. The scientists believe that the drills used for beads were also used for the teeth.
It is possible, that stoneage people had some kind of fillings in their drilled teeth, but none of the material used for that purpose remains.
 
Source: The Washington Post, April 10.


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