Museum Monday: National Museum of Dentistry

October 11th, 2010 by Alex Fili

The average woman smiles 62 times per day. Everyone has a unique tongue print. 14 gallons of toothpaste are used every year in the United States. And, it’s no surprise that 50% of people say a smile is the first thing they notice. No better way to kick off the week than learning a little about your pearly whites, huh?

And it doesn’t have to stop here! You can find out even more at the National Museum of Dentistry here in Baltimore.

With one-of-a-kind exhibits like 32 Terrific Teeth, The Spitting Image,  MouthPower, The Smile Experience, and the George Washington Gallery (You can’t tell me you don’t want to know if Washington’s teeth were really made out of wood! You’ll see the answer first-hand here.), you’ll gain a whole new perspective on your teeth without having to go to the dentist. Talk about a sweet deal.

The National Museum of Dentistry is located at:
31 South Greene St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Price of admission is $7 for adults and $3 for children 3-12

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