1. Inside the Dental Practice 1860-1940
2. Student Reflections: A Restrospective of Dental Education
3. Dental Hygiene—A Century of Progress
4. Remedy for the Toothless
5. Storeroom Discoveries
6. Tooth Fillings and Mercury
7. Selling the Toothbrush
8. St. Apollonia: Patron Saint of Dentistry
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Where We Are
The Sindecuse Museum is located within the Kellogg Building of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. Exhibits span the first and ground floor lobby areas, the Sindecuse Atrium, and the G500 corridor of the Kellogg Building.
The Kellogg Building is part of the School of Dentistry complex at the corner of N. University and Fletcher Avenues on the University of Michigan Central Campus. The main entrance of the Kellogg Building faces Fletcher Avenue, across from the Michigan League.
The School of Dentistry's Visitor Directions and Parking page provides directions to the school and additional parking suggestions.
Please note: Museum visitors are not allowed to park in the Fletcher Street parking structure. It is reserved for patients and staff with blue permits.
Visitors to the Sindecuse Museum are encouraged to use the Palmer Parking Structure, which is highlighted on the map seen on the right as well as the Central Campus Parking Map. Follow the red signs to Visitor Parking.
After You Park
Take the South elevator or stairs to Level P4. Exit outside, then enter the School of Dentistry building at the double doors closest to the parking structure, which is ground level (three steps). Once inside turn left and head down the corridor, at the corner, turn right and follow green signs to Kellogg Building and then to Museum Exhibits, located on ground level.
Follow “Museum Exhibits” signs to see all exhibits including those in the Atrium area. Museum brochures at Patient Services (first floor) and near entrances to the Kellogg ground floor include a map showing exhibit locations.