This museum is compact, in excellent condition, & well thought-out. There are many historical artifacts, such as antique dental instruments & chairs. There is also good use of multi-media. There are several interactive exhibits geared toward children. Oddly, there is no exhibit specifically about cavity formation. The museum is across from the Univ of Maryland Medical Center & next to the Dental School. Street parking is only up to 2 hours, but that is plenty of time for this museum. This is a good option after you've seen all the major Baltimore attractions.
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