Exploring the History of Teeth at Baltimore's Dentistry Museum
Here's a little known fact to sink your teeth into -- Did you know that George Washington’s second inaugural speech contained only 135 words? It's not because America's first president had nothing to say. Tooth historians say it's because the president was wearing new dentures, making it difficult for him to speak. Searching for other toothy morsels from history, our reporter Maxim Moskalkov went to the National Dentistry Museum in Baltimore to learn more.