The American College of Dentists was founded August 20, 1920 at the Copley-Plaza Hotel, Boston, by a group of visionary leaders who believed dentistry must look beyond today and plan for the future.
Their charge was to create an organization to promote and encourage the growth and expansion of the dental profession.
Over the years, the American College of Dentists has faced important challenges and created new opportunities in oral health services, professional issues, journalism, education, and research.
We hope this look back at the distinguished past of the College will inspire enthusiasm, energy, and involvement of the Fellows in our dynamic future.
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