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WOMEN IN DENTISTRY

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lucy beaman hobbs taylor, 1833-1910

Lucy Beaman Hobbs Taylor

1833-1910

Hobbs was determined to enter a profession where she could use her brain. The Ohio College of Dentistry refused to admit her but the dean, Jonathan Taft, taught her in his own office. Hobbs opened her own practice in Iowa. By 1865 the Iowa State Dental Society pressured the Ohio College to admit her as a student. In recognition of her years of practice the college only required her to attend one session before awarding her a DDS. Photo courtesy of Kansas State Historical Society.

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emeline roberts jones, 1836-1916.

Emeline Roberts Jones

1836-1916


Jones wanted to learn dentistry, but the newly formed dental colleges did not admit women. She studied anatomy and other subjects and practiced fillings and extractions on discarded teeth. Eventually her husband allowed her to join his dental practice in 1855. She was nationally recognized as the first woman dentist at the 1893 World’s Columbian Dental Congress. Photo courtesy of The New Haven Museum and Historical Society.

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jennie kollock hilton, 1851-1912.

Jennie Kollock Hilton

1851-1912


Hilton was the first American woman to graduate from the University of Michigan’s dental program. Like many women of her day, Hilton had a larger agenda beyond her career. She and her sister, Florence Kollock, promoted equal rights for women and worked actively for women’s suffrage. Photo from the collection of the Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry, SMD 292.1881.

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clara walworth macnaughton, 1854-1948.

Clara Walworth MacNaughton

1854-1948


MacNaughton began a dental career to support her family after her husband died. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 1885, and within four years she was vice president of the Michigan State Dental Society. MacNaughton became active in the women's rights movement, and moved to Washington, D.C. where she campaigned for Suffrage and continued her practice. Thirty years later, the 19th Amendment was ratified and MacNaughton continued to advocate for women's rights. Photo from the collection of the Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry, SMD 292.1885.
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ida gray nelson, first african american woman dentist, 1866-1953.

Ida Gray Nelson, first African American woman dentist

1866-1953


Nelson graduated from the University of Michigan dental program during a time when few dental schools accepted minority candidates. As a high school student, Nelson worked in the dental office of Jonathan Taft in Cincinnati, Ohio. Taft, Dean of the University of Michigan’s dental school, encouraged her to apply to the program. She earned exemplary marks and opened her own practice in Chicago where she was a mentor and role-model for her patients. Photo courtesy of the New York Public Library.

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vida latham, 1892

Vida Latham

1866-1958


Latham was born in England and moved to the United States to earn study dentistry at the University of Michigan. She believed that dentist training should include more medical training rather than just focusing on mechanical skill. She went on to earn an MD Northwestern University Women's Medical School in 1895. She taught at several Chicago hospitals, wrote about techniques, and promoted women in the medical and dental fields. Photo from the collection of the Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry. SMD 292.1892.

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carrie marsden stewart, 1871-1947.

Carrie Marsden Stewart

1871-1947


In 1894, the University of Michigan established the first dental graduate (post-DDS) degree program, and Stewart was its first graduate. She earned her DDS at the University of Michigan in 1892, and spent the next year pursuing advanced work in biology, bacteriology, and physiology, and performing clinical work. In 1894, she was awarded a DDSc (Doctor of Dental Science) degree. Photo courtesy of the family of Carrie Marsden Stewart.

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jessie castle la moreaux, 1866-1954.

Jessie Castle La Moreaux

1866-1954


Castle La Moreaux was the only woman in her 1896 graduating class at the University of Michigan College of Dental Surgery. Her first practice was at the Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan. In 1897, she moved to Dallas and became the first women dentist to practice in Texas. Photo courtesy of Rockwall County Historical Foundation.

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m. evangeline jordon, 1865-1952.

M. Evangeline Jordon

1865-1952


Jordon was a pioneer in Pedodontics, the care and treatment of children’s teeth. She introduced techniques to help reduce children’s fear of the dentist, although some, like holding her hand over a child’s mouth until the child stopped screaming, would never be used today. She promoted the positive effect a good diet has on children’s teeth. Jordon went on to become the first president of the Federation of Women Dentists in 1921. Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection.

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leonie von zesch, 1882-1944.

Leonie von Zesch

1882-1944


Von Zesch earned a DDS from the San Francisco College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1902. She began as a dentist's assistant, but her courageous spirit lead to a variety of adventures. She treated earthquake refugees and Naval seaman, traveled by dog sled to treat patients in Alaska, and worked at a women's prison training inmates to work as her dental assistants.  Photo courtesy Jane G. Troutman Family Trust.

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daisy mcguire, 1880-1980.

Daisy McGuire

1880-1980


McGuire grew up helping her dentist father with patients, pulling her first tooth at age six. She travelled by horse and buggy, staying in homes while treating the families. She vulcanized dentures on their stoves or in their fireplaces. When the North Caroline State Board of Dental Examiners told McGuire she must go to school or quit dentistry, she enrolled in Southern Dental College and graduated with honors. Photo courtesy of the family of Daisy Z. McGuire.

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grace rogers spalding

Grace Rogers Spalding

1881-1953


Grace Rogers Spalding graduated from the University of Michigan in 1904. She founded the American Academy of Periodontology with Gillette Hayden, a 1902 graduate of the Ohio Medical College. Hayden served as its first female president in 1916. Both were early proponents of preventative dentistry. They also believed that periodontology, the care and treatment gums, is as important as caring for the teeth. Photo courtesy of the American Academy of Periodontology.

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faith sai so leong, 1884-1929.

Faith Sai So Leong

1884-1929


Leong was a Chinese immigrant who was adopted by an English teacher in San Francisco. She was educated, dexterous, and mechanically minded, so a cousin encouraged her to pursue dentistry. At the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Leong was the only woman in her class. She practiced in San Francisco’s Chinese-American community. Photo courtesy of Edwin Owyang, MD, and Eric Owyang, PharmD.
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vada watson somerville, 1885-1972.

Vada Watson Somerville

1885-1972


Watson married John Somerville, who encouraged her to become a dentist and she became the first African-American woman to graduate from the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. They practiced together for 10 years until problems arose when many patients preferred her over him. She eventually left the practice to work towards improving Civil Rights in Los Angeles. She and her husband formed the Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP. Vada Watson Somerville graduation photo, 1918.
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sara gdulin krout, 1898-1989.

Sara Gdulin Krout

1898-1989


The first woman dentist in the US Navy was not from the United States. Krout earned a DDS in Latvia, before moving to Chicago and earning another DDS from the University of Illinois College of Dentistry in 1924. She circumvented the military’s restrictions on women dentists by joining the US Navy Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Services (WAVES) as a lieutenant. Photo courtesy of Cliff Tabin.
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helen e. myers, 1912-1962.

Helen E. Myers

1912-1962


Myers earned her DDS from Temple University. When Congress passed the Army Female Medical Department Act in 1949, and Myers became the first woman commissioned by the US Army Dental Crops. She provided dental services to Army troops in Italy and Japan. Photo courtesy of the National Archives, 11-SC-362058.

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jane slocum hayward, 1919-2011.

Jane Slocum Hayward

1919-2011


Jane Slocum chose dentistry after helping her father in his dental office. When she married James Rogers Hayward while studying at the University of Michigan, they merged two families that included five generations of dentists dating back to 1890 on the Slocum side. Two of their children chose to work in dentistry, one as a dental hygienist. She graduated a year before he did, and worked as a clinical instructor in the school. Photo from the collection of the Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry, SMD 34.78.
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jeanne c. sinkford, 1933- .

Jeanne C. Sinkford

1933–


Sinkford graduated at the top of her class from Howard University, earning a DDS in 1958. She taught at Howard and practiced part time, before moving to Chicago and earning an MS and PhD from Northwestern University. She later returned to Howard Univeristy, and was evenutally promoted to professor and associate professor. Ultimately she was appointed dean, making her the first female dean of any dental program. Photo courtesy Jeanne C. Sinkford, DDS.

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sharon brooks, 1944-.

Sharon Brooks

1944-


Brooks earned her DDS, and then went on to earn an MS in Oral Diagnosis/Radiology in 1976, an MS in environmental and Industrial Health in 1984, and an MS in Clinical Research and Design and Statistical Analysis in 1989, all from the University of Michigan. Brooks’ interest in diagnosis led her to oral radiology, and she became an internationally known expert in Cone Beam Computer Tomography (CBCT). Photo courtesy of Sharon Brooks & UMSD.
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marilyn woolfolk 1949-.

Marilyn Woolfolk

1949-


Woolfolk earned a MS in Microbiology in 1972, a DDS in 1978, and a Masters of Public Health in 1982. In the 1990s she served as U-M School of Dentistry Director of Student Affairs and then Assistant Dean for Student Services. She particularly enjoyed mentoring students and was the first African American woman to become a full professor at the U-M dental school in 2002. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Woolfolk & The University of Michigan.

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rear admiral elaine c. wagner, 1958-.

Rear Admiral Elaine C. Wagner

1958-


Wagner earned her DDS from the University of Indiana and specialized in pediatric dentistry before joining the Marine Corps in 1983. She spent 7 years practicing in California and went on to holder leadership positions in the Phillipines, Japan, Washington D.C., Maryland, Kuwait and New Hampshire. In 2010, she was appointed chief of the Navy Dental Corps, its highest position. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy.

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Women in dentistry.

C Lister - British dental journal, 2001 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

1. Br Dent J. 2001 Jan 27;190(2):58. Women in dentistry. Lister C. Comment in Br Dent J. 2001 Apr 28;190(8):406. Br Dent J. 2001 Mar 24;190(6):282. Br Dent J. 2001 Apr 28;190(8):406-7. PMID: 11213327 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]. Publication Types: Letter. ...

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[HTML] Feminization of professions: The case of women in dentistry

TL Adams - The Canadian Journal of Sociology, 2005 - muse.jhu.edu

Abstract The potential impact of feminization upon professions is examined through a case study of the Ontario dental profession. Women are entering dentistry in larger numbers, and if women practice differently than men, then their increased participation may alter the ...

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[HTML] The women workforce in Dentistry in Araçatuba-SP

SAS Moimaz, NA Saliba, MRB Blanco - Journal of Applied Oral …, 2003 - SciELO Brasil



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Women in dentistry—a review of the literature

RS Tillman - The Journal of the American Dental Association, 1975 - Elsevier

In the dental profession, the percentage of women has not changed appreciably over the last 50 years. Today, about 3.5% of the nation's dentists are women. In 1920, 3% of the dentists in this country were women. This review will examine some of the issues as they ...

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[PDF] Advancement of women in dental education: trends and strategies

JC Sinkford, RW Valachovic, S Harrison - Journal of Dental Education, 2003 - Citeseer



... In 1986, at the Annual Session of the American Association of Dental Schools (now
American Dental Education Association, ADEA), Dr. Enid Neidle devoted her presidential address to the sub- ject of women in dentistry and dental education. ...

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Expanding the role of women in the sciences.

AM Briscoe, SM Pfafflin - Annals of the New York Academy of …, 1979 - psycnet.apa.org

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[LIVRO] Women in Academe: Progress and Prospects: Progress and Prospects

MK Chamberlain - 1989 - books.google.com

Page 1. Page 2. WOMEN IN ACADEME PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS Page 3. Page 4. WOMEN IN ACADEME PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS edited by Mariam K.
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Practice characteristics of women dentists

LC Niessen, DV Kleinman, AA Wilson - The Journal of the American Dental …, 1986 - Elsevier



... Dent Cosmos, 65 (1923), pp. 991–992. 3. Commencement exercises. Dent Reg, 20 (1866), p.
145. 4. Women in dentistry. Dent Reg, 31 (3) (1877), pp. 100–105. 5. Women in dentistry. Ohio
State J Dent Sci, 6 (6) (1886), pp. 266–273. 6. JJ Benson; Women as bread-winners. ...

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Perfectionism, the impostor phenomenon and psychological adjustment in medical, dental, nursing and pharmacy students

K Henning, S Ey, D Shaw - Medical education, 1998 - Wiley Online Library

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A national survey of women dentists

MA Keels, LM Kaste, JA Weintraub… - The Journal of the …, 1991 - Elsevier



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33 (1969), pp. 487–492. View Record in Scopus. 9. LA Todd, JL Schott; Women in dentistry ...

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Mulher na odontologia: uma análise quantitativa

NA Saliba, SAS Moimaz, RM Vilela… - Rev. bras. odontol, 2002 - bases.bireme.br

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AAWD: a voice for women in dentistry

S Davis - The Journal of the American Dental Association, 1988 - Elsevier

Founded in 1921, the American Association of Women Dentists (AAWD) had 12 members.  Now, 67 years later, and more than 2,000 members strong, it continues to promote women in  the field. This article takes a look at the AAWD from its historical beginnings to plans for ...

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[HTML] Women in dentistry: A perspective on major universities in Saudi Arabia. Part 1: Historical background

RE Shaker, AA Babgi - The Saudi dental journal, 2009 - Elsevier

As the works of females have been present in many fields of our lives, the history mentions little trace of these facts. The field of dentistry was among these professions. This paper will review the presence of dental practice by women world wide and will present a review of ...

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[HTML] Women in dentistry: A perspective on major universities in Saudi Arabia. Part 2: Analysis and statistical data

RE Shaker, AA Babgi - The Saudi Dental Journal, 2009 - Elsevier

PURPOSE AND SIGNIFICANCE: The purposes of this study were to:(1) report the number of female graduates from the two oldest dental schools in Saudi Arabia;(2) compare the number of male and female graduates per year from these two major schools; and (3) ...

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[PDF] The feminization of dentistry: implications for the profession

JC McKay, CR Quiñonez - J Can Dent Assoc, 2012 - jcda.ca



... ca ESSENTIAL DENTAL KNOWLEDGE jcda Applied Research Abstract Over the last 40 years, the proportion of women in dentistry has been rising steadily, raising
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Women dentists: 1992 and beyond.

LC Niessen - Journal of dental education, 1992 - ERIC

Patterns in number, ethnic characteristics, and practices of female dentists are
reviewed, and implications for the future of women in dentistry are considered. The
focus is on substantial increases in proportion of women in the ...

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[PDF] Participação das mulheres na graduação da Faculdade de Odontologia da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

RDS Baldissera, FS Grecca, RB Santos - Rev Fac Odontol Porto …, 2010 - seer.ufrgs.br



... Abstract Introduction: In 1866, in the University of Ohio graduated the first woman in the history of Dentistry, The inclusion of women in dentistry has occurred slowly and gradually, following the historical and cultural development of society. ...

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[PDF] Women dentists: Career and family

EL Linn - Social Problems, 1971 - JSTOR



... 17 16 13 Collecting bills, managing an office, bookkeeping 11 10 13 Prejudice against women in dentistry, problems of women being rare 10 5 3 Problems of family versus career 4 4 1 Lack of prestige of the profession 1 3 2 Cost of setting up a practice, dental education 1 0 2 ...

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[PDF] Women Dental Students: Women in a Man's World

EL Linn - The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, 1971 - JSTOR



... they were working in the laboratory or clinic. Another source of information was
the occasional comments about women in dentistry made by men students and
faculty. REPORTED REACTIONS OF OTHERS The flavor of the ...

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