US Museum Shows History of Teeth and Dentist Tools

2018-05-20

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  • Most people do not look forward to going to the dentist.
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  • But they might actually enjoy visiting an American museum that explores the history of teeth and dentistry.
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  • The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry is at the University of Maryland in Baltimore.
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  • It was the world's first college to train dentists.
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  • A man named G.V. Black was one of the founders of modern U.S. dentistry in the 1800s.
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  • Visitors to the museum can look at a reproduction of Black's dentist office.
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  • When he treated patients, he had no electricity for light.
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  • So his office, like many others, had large windows.
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  • Chairs for patients often faced south to help dentists work by sunlight.
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  • Patrick Cutter is a researcher at the museum.
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  • "What we're looking at here is kind of an early idea of what a dentist office would have looked like. But most of the time a dentist would have actually just been a traveling dentist, so he would have went from town square to town square."
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  • With more than 40,000 items, the museum contains one of the largest dental collections in the world.
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  • Visitors can see some of the tools used by earl