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In both cases he recommended meticulous scraping of the deposits, followed by polishing the root surfaces and resection of the pockets, Cruet' s technique (gingivectomy) being advocated in certain cases. He was moreover a partisan of restoring a "physiological equilibrium", by occlusal grinding or prostheses, of"circulatory activation" by gum massages and of depulpation of the teeth, with the objective of improving the blood supply in the periodontal tissues. 4 Other different procedures In 1908, Tousey emphasized the successful use of X-rays and ultraviolet rays to eliminate periodontal infection.
One of the physicians of Louis XIV, Dionis, carried out calculus removal with golden instruments (inc1uding files) in people of high rank. At the end ofthe 17th century, a Neapolitan (Musitano) proposed to bind loose teeth with gold wire, stressing the fact, however, that this operation must be very ably performed if it is not to cause inflammation. 1 The 18th century Fauchard and some French contemporaries In the "Century of Light", on the basis of surgical knowledge, anatomical developments in the universities, and the experience of wandering physicians and certain artisans, autonomous dental medicine developed and was documented by Pierre Fauchard.
As an ardent exponent of antisepsis, he recommended the instillation of disinfectant substances into the gingival pockets. After having described the spirillas and bacillus fusiformis responsible for "hospital gangrene", J. H. Vincent also attributed to them the development of the infection which took the name "Vincents angina" (1896), and then that of buccal affections conditioned by fuso-spirillar association. With Curtis (1901), and in contradiction to Miller, he was one ofthe first to attribute a specific action to the spirochaetes, a concept Iater picked up by KritchewskyjSeguin (1921).