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1840 became a landmark year for teeth and their owners when the world's very first college of dentistry opened in Baltimore. In 1904, the school moved to a new building on campus at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and in 1996, that historic structure became the country's official monument to the dental profession, the National Museum of Dentistry.

  • Size: about 7,000 square feet?small enough to explore in an afternoon and large enough to fit at least 17 molars
  • Eye Catcher: the massive set of chompers that helps kids practice their brush technique
  • Permanent Mainstay: the dental accoutrements of historic figures, such as Queen Victoria's personal instruments and George Washington's decidedly non-wooden ivory dentures
  • Don't Miss: a tour through the history of toothbrushes that takes visitors back thousands of years using the real life artifacts
31 South Greene Street
Baltimore,
MD
US

For Dr. Daquant Hornbeak, school never ends. Even with his own practice and a few degrees under his belt, he still attends classes to sharpen his expertise in prosthodontics, oral sedation, and pediatric dentistry. Dr. Hornbeak also keeps busy fitting bridges into mouths, brightening smiles with Zoom! whitening treatments, and straightening teeth using clear Invisalign retainers.

300 N. Charles Street Suite D
Baltimore,
MD
US