Dental and 19th Century Apothecary Exhibition
For an insight into the evolution of the modern dental office and developments in the field of dentistry, a visitor can view the Dental Office on the first floor of the Museum, adjacent to the 19th-century apothecary. The turn-of-the-century artifacts on exhibit include a velvet-covered white porcelain dental chair, a porcelain dental cabinet with attached Bunsen burner and sterilizer, an early air compressor and electric spotlight, dental instruments, and signage and advertising. A 19th-century apothecary on the first floor uses antique obstetrics and gynecology tools, and original pain and pain management practices.
Available parking lot or parking structure nearby
Property size (sq ft):
10000 sq ft
No adult filming
Wheelchair / Handicap Access
Exact location provided after booking