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X-Ray Panorama inside my Mouth
Prague

If you ever wanted to know what it would be like to be 4 millimeters tall and to be standing inside someone's mouth, with X-Ray glasses, well, here you go.

Taken by my dentist, Jan Stefan, who did a very nice job cleaning my teeth. His prices are also very reasonable. He speaks english.

Unfortunately on my last visit to Mr. Stefan in 2008, he was no longer using this awesome digital panoramic X-Ray. Oh well. He still does a great job on the teeth however.

Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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Resolution: 3000x1500
Uploaded: 16/01/2009
Updated: 04/06/2014
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