Innovative traveling exhibits created by the National Museum of Dentistry bring good oral health messages to communities across the country. Local dental associations often partner with host museums to promote the exhibit and plan educational programs.
Your Spitting Image
From CSI to the real world, unlock the mysteries of the body with hands-on investigations that reveal what your mouth says about you. Step into the role of a forensic investigator, see what's in that remarkable fluid called saliva and find out how scientists are using bioengineering to grow teeth. No wall space is needed; this exhibit is built to travel and stand alone in a gallery.
Participation fee: $8,000/three months, plus incoming shipping costs
Total exhibition space needed: 1,500 square feet
The chatterteeth mascot Mouthie guides children aged 5 through 8 in a hands-on discovery of the power of a healthy smile through vibrant modular learning stations that can be configured to any space. Children can practice brushing and flossing on a larger-than-life mouth, role play in a child-size "dental office," learn the dangers of tobacco, explore the parts of a tooth and more!
Participation fee: $6,000/three months, plus incoming shipping costs
Total exhibition space needed: 350 square feet
To learn more about available dates and booking, contact:
Dr. Scott Swank, Curator