1916, Canadian criminal cases annotated, volume 25:
I should think the evidence would not require to be very severely sifted when as in a case such as this the accused was employed in a somewhat extensive dentistry office and where he was known as Dr. Austin, where he did a considerable amount of work. I think there might be a very strong presumption that the accused was practising the profession of dentistry.
1997, Robert Mulcahy, Medical Technology: Inventing the Instruments, page 62:
Soon he was spending so much time experimenting with ether that he asked another dentist, Granville Hayden, to run his dentistry office.