Friday, July 29, 2005

Dentistry - Your Neighborhood Dentist - Dentistry Articles

Venanzio Cardarelli, continuing a tradition that can't help but have a successful end.Passing the Dental "Tee Torch"
Teeing up on a mounded of wet sand, pinched to preferred height was the accepted standard until 1899, when a Boston dentist, Dr. George Franklin Grant was issued a patent for a golf tee. It was truly a remarkable achievement. The tee addressed depth placement, least resistances to displacement, flight trajectory of the ball and aerodynamics. The golf community was not made aware of this tee and the invention died with the inventor in 1910. In 1924,


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