Frances B. Glenn, DDS


Graduated from public school, Tampa, Florida, January, 1951; University of Florida, 1951-1952; University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, 1952-1956; Trained in Children's Dentistry at Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C., and spent one day a week at the National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR, now NIDCR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where her interest in research which began at the Univ. of Penn. was encouraged, 1956-1957; Private practice of Pediatric Dentistry near Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, 1957-1959; Private practice of Pediatric Dentistry and Pediatric Orthodontics, South Miami, Florida, 1959-2001.


American Society of Dentistry for Children; Fellow, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, since 1964; Children's Dental Research Society; American Orthodontic Society; Who's Who in American Women, 1964; Trained in Orthodontics by the Straight Wire Foundation at the clinics of the Louisiana State University Dental School, 1977-1979, Diplomate of the Board of the American Orthodontic Society, 1982; First woman dentist to receive the Outstanding Alumni Award, Univ. of Penn. School of Dental Medicine, 1984; Member, Board of Overseers Univ. of Penn. School of Dental Medicine, 1990 - present; First woman dentist to receive the Richard L. Moore Distinguished service award by the American Orthodontic Society,1984; Who's Who in American Medicine and Health Care,1999; Guide to America's Top Dentists, 2000, by the Consumers Research Council of America; Her research in the fields of Congenitally Missing Teeth and Fluoride Nutrition have been published in numerous peer-reviewed medical and dental journals,