Dental Schools in Pennsylvania

By | April 19, 2019

Want to become a dentist, dental assistant, dental hygienist, dental nurse, dental technician, or dental therapist?  The following schools of dentistry in Pennsylvania offer pre-dental studies, general dentistry, dental assisting, and dental hygiene studies towards a bachelor’s , master’s, doctorate, or a professional degree. Please know that some Pennsylvania dental schools also provide certificates or postgraduate training in general dentistry. Check the following table for street address and official website of each school of dental medicine in the state of Pennsylvania.

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List of Dentistry Colleges in Pennsylvania
Temple University Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry
Address: 3223 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
Address: 240 South 40th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6030, Website:
University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine
Address: 3501 Terrace Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Temple University Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry

Some National Historic Landmarks in Pennsylvania

  • “House over the waterfall” (“Falling Water”, Fallingwater) – a country house built in the Allegheny Mountains near the city of Uniontown in the thirties of the last century, designed by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
  • The Delaware Canal is part of a system of canals built in Pennsylvania in the first half of the 19th century to transport goods, primarily coal.
  • The Delaware-Hudson Canal is a waterway that connected the Delaware and Hudson Rivers in the twenties of the 19th century and was actively used to deliver coal (and other cargo) from Pennsylvania to New York.
  • The East Broad Top Railroad and Coal Companywas a narrow gauge railway that transported coal from 1871 to 1956. One of the oldest and best preserved narrow gauge railways in the United States. Located near the city of Rockhill.
  • Washington’s Crossing is a site near Yardley where the Continental Army under the command of the future first US President, General George Washington, crossed the Delaware River into neighboring New Jersey during the Revolutionary War.
  • The confluence of the Alleeny and Monongyela rivers, forming the Ohio River, in Pittsburgh Known as “Point” (The Point). The state park located here contains the remains of two of the oldest buildings in Pittsburgh: Fort Pitt and Fort Duquesne.
  • House of Robert Fulton – engineer and inventor, creator of the first steamboat. Located near the city of Quarryville.
  • The railway station in Harrisburg, built in 1887 (and significantly rebuilt in 1905).
  • Kennywood inWest Mifflin is one of the first amusement parks in the United States, opened in 1899.
  • Altoona’s Leap-The-Dipswooden roller coaster is the oldest (built in 1902) operating ride of its kind in the world.
  • The Oakmont Country Club in suburban Pittsburgh is the oldest (and one of the most challenging) professional golf courses in the United States.
  • The complex of buildings of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg.
  • Carrie Furnace No. 6 and No. 7 (Carrie Furnace) – built at the beginning of the 20th century in Allegheny County and worked until the seventies blast furnaces. The only surviving pre-World War II blast furnaces in the Pittsburgh
  • Independence Hall (“Independence Hall”) – the building in which the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America were adopted. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located on the Independence Mall.
  • Carpenters Hall is the building where the First Continental Congress met and where the decision to proclaim the independence of Pennsylvania was made. Located on the Independence Mall.
  • Built in 1797, the “First Bank of the United States” building . Located on the Independence Mall.
  • Built in 1824, the Second Bank of the United States building . Located on the Independence Mall.
  • The Colonial Germantown Historic District is the area of ​​the “City of Brotherly Love”, which is associated with many important events during the founding and formation of the colony and in which many old buildings have been preserved.
  • City Hall is the Philadelphia City Hall. It was the tallest in the world from 1894 until 1908.
  • Home of famed jazz musician John Coltrane.
  • “Eastern State Penitentiary” (“Eastern State Penitentiary”) – built in 1829 and operated until 1971, the prison. It is considered the first attempt to create an institution for the correction, and not for the punishment of prisoners.
  • The Johnson House Museum is a building in Germantown that hosted important events related to the Underground Railroad (an organization dedicated to rescuing runaway slaves).
  • Memorial Hall is an art gallery building built in the Beaux-Arts style for the 1876 World’s Fair. The only large building of this exhibition that has survived to this day.
  • The Mercantile Exchange is a building built in the thirties of the XIX century, in which the Philadelphia Stock Exchange worked. Located on the Independence Mall.
  • The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is the first art museum in the United States.
  • Cruiser “Olympia” (USS Olympia) – a ship built in 1895, which served during the Spanish-American (1898) and World War I.