How diversity and inclusion guides the ADA

As a new dentist, you are probably keenly aware of the benefits of diversity and inclusion. Maybe you saw firsthand how collaborating with someone from […]

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Dentistry is like a Taylor Swift concert..sort of

On a random Tuesday night this past May, I found myself sitting with 56,000 other people in CenturyLink stadium. This time, it wasn’t the 12th […]

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Women dentists reflect on gender gap in earnings

It’s 2018. Why are we still talking about a gender pay gap? The answer is complicated: Despite making up nearly a third of all dentists […]

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Applicants sought for 2018-19 ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership

The American Dental Association Institute for Diversity in Leadership is accepting applications through March 16 for its 2018-19 class. The Institute is designed to provide […]

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Women in dentistry: Not done yet

How do you describe the average dentist in America? A paper written in the 1940s that was co-authored by Dr. Harold Hillenbrand, a former executive […]

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Starting its own diversity committee, Greater Houston Dental Society shares lessons learned

Houston — Considering that Houston is one of the most diverse cities in the country, it caught Dr. Victor Rodriguez by surprise to learn that […]

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