Write your letter to the tooth fairy and draw what you think the tooth fairy really looks like!

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Guest Curator Chloe Walls created this as part of a Curatorial Intern position through the National Museum of Dentistry. Chloe is a senior at Seton Hill University obtaining a degree in Biology. She is interested in a career in dentistry and wanted to learn more of the history of oral care

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