Two new dentists address being a leader in the dental office

Though Drs. Gabriel Holdwick and Alexandra Barton Otto work in two different practice settings, they share similar challenges when it comes to being a leader […]

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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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Dentist Making A Difference: Dr. Bunnag receives 2017 ADA Humanitarian Award

The ADA Humanitarian Award recognizes dentist members who have distinguished themselves by giving at least 10 years to improving the oral health of underserved populations […]

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Dental licensure portability remains a work in progress

Oklahoma City — When Dr. Lajoi Wiggins moved from North Carolina to Oklahoma for a one-year general practice residency program, she was hoping to moonlight […]

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New dentists on ADA councils get voting privileges

Atlanta — To ensure they have a more “meaningful representation,” the House of Delegates voted Oct. 23 to give new dentist members voting privileges on […]

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ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership graduate Dr. Daniel Nam starts nonprofit

Oakland, Calif. — Dr. Daniel Nam was looking for a different way to increase access to dental care, especially for those who are uninsured or […]

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