People don't get more iconic than Dr. Lucy Hobbs. By age 28, in a time when women had not yet earned the right to vote -- and were denied admittance to dental school -- Dr. Lucy Hobbs opened her own dental office in Cincinnati, Ohio, and began treating patients. March 14, her birthdate, presents... CONTINUE READING
A. The Queen Isabella Association. What does it have to do with dentistry? Good question. On researching the history of Lucy Hobbs Taylor, the first woman in American to graduate with a dental degree, I found out she belonged to this remarkable group. In fact, the story of how she became a... CONTINUE READING
If you haven't carved out a few minutes in 2016 to pay it forward, let today be your fresh start. The deadline is at hand to nominate an outstanding woman in dentistry. Do you know a female in the dental community that's setting new benchmarks? Or a groundbreaker who's willing to implement new... CONTINUE READING
Revolutionary. Pioneer. Changemaker. Terms that define Dr. Lucy Hobbs, the first American woman to earn a degree in dentistry, also describe the modern women in today’s dental community who are recognized annually by The Lucy Hobbs Project®. Powered by Benco Dental, The Lucy Hobbs Project® is a... CONTINUE READING
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