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Can you imagine how dentistry was practiced before today's modern technology? Get a glimpse of the past at the School of Dental Medicine's Dental Museum

Set up as a scene straight out of the Victorian era, the Dental Museum is housed on the first floor of Salk Hall in the reception area. The museum contains a variety of original dental artifacts, such as a circa 1910 dental chair, and x-ray machine and instrument cabinet from the 1920s.

For information about naming opportunities or to make a financial contribution toward the museum, please contact Paul Casey, director of development, at 412-383-7544 or pbc8@pitt.edu.