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Join Dental Entrepreneur Woman Today.

By joining, you support the mission to inspire, highlight and empower all women in dentistry. In addition, you receive many benefits, including an invitation to our 3rd Annual DeW Life Retreat, November 11-13, 2021 in Charlotte, NC. Details to follow.

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1968

1.1% of dental students were female

2020

52% of graduating dentists were female

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Kathryn Gilliam, RDH
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Holly Anne Mitchell - blog

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