Dental phantoms are such incredibly fascinating historical pieces that we, Mr Four Fingers, just had to draw one. This dental manikin is based on a real life version over at Museum Oddities. We have posted about this superb website before and we recommend you check

It’s quite horrifying to think that there was once a time that a sharp metal rod and hammer were used in a neurosurgical procedure. I’m referring to a lobotomy. This may sound more than a little lame but I

These vintage dental manikins / phantoms rank as some of the most interesting devices we have found. These skull-type heads are the underlining skull structures over which rubber-type skin is applied. Different variations of teeth are