1804, Richard Hazeltine in The Medical Repository, Volume I., page #348:
The diseases were principally worm‐cases, odontalgiæ, pleurodynæ, and pulmonary complaints; but the season was, for the most part, healthy.
1853, Camille Croserio, A Treatise on the Aid the Art of Midwifery may derive from Homœopathy, Chapter I., page #19:
[…] these odontalgiæ should be treated like ordinary tooth‐ache, for which we will point out summarily the principal specifics : if the pain is sudden and very violent, Coffea ;[…]
1873, James E. Garretson in The Dental Cosmos, Volume XV., pages 286–287:
Because, however, neuralgia of the trigeminus is found most frequently associated with the direct relations of this nerve alone, study of a case here most naturally commences ; and further, because it is found the case that the great majority of the neuralgiæ of the trifacial are true odontalgiæ, the lesions of the teeth take precedence in the search after the cause.