Thomas Wiltberger Evans, né à Philadelphie le 23 décembre 1823, mort à Paris le 14 novembre 1897, est un dentiste et un médecin américain du XIXe siècle.

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  • Thomas Wiltberger Evans, né à Philadelphie le 23 décembre 1823, mort à Paris le 14 novembre 1897, est un dentiste et un médecin américain du XIXe siècle.
  • Thomas Wiltberger Evans (23 dicembre 1823 – Parigi, 14 novembre 1897) è stato un dentista statunitense.Egli realizzò numerose protesi dentarie per diversi capi di stato compreso Napoleone III e ricevette numerose attestazioni per la sua attività professionale, compresa la Légion d'honneur. È noto per aver divulgato una serie di tecniche che sono diventate standard, compreso l'uso di amalgama e del protossido di azoto nella cura dei denti.
  • Thomas Wiltberger Evans (December 23, 1823 – November 14, 1897) was a dentist. He performed dental procedures on many heads of state, including Napoleon III, and received numerous medals for his dentistry, including the Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur. He is noted for popularizing a number of techniques that have since become standard, including the use of amalgam fillings and of nitrous oxide.In 1868, Evans helped found the American Register, the first American newspaper published in Paris. In 1884 he published the first English translation of the memoirs of Heinrich Heine, to which he also wrote the introduction.He was famous for having assisted the Empress Eugénie in escaping from Paris in 1870 after the Battle of Sedan.He died in Paris, where he had lived for many years, and was buried in Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia. In his will, he left money and land for the founding of what was to become the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine.
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  • Thomas Wiltberger Evans, né à Philadelphie le 23 décembre 1823, mort à Paris le 14 novembre 1897, est un dentiste et un médecin américain du XIXe siècle.
  • Thomas Wiltberger Evans (23 dicembre 1823 – Parigi, 14 novembre 1897) è stato un dentista statunitense.Egli realizzò numerose protesi dentarie per diversi capi di stato compreso Napoleone III e ricevette numerose attestazioni per la sua attività professionale, compresa la Légion d'honneur. È noto per aver divulgato una serie di tecniche che sono diventate standard, compreso l'uso di amalgama e del protossido di azoto nella cura dei denti.
  • Thomas Wiltberger Evans (December 23, 1823 – November 14, 1897) was a dentist. He performed dental procedures on many heads of state, including Napoleon III, and received numerous medals for his dentistry, including the Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur.
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