Vermont State Dental Society
New Report: Vermont is a National Leader in Dental Healthcare, But There is More to Do
The Vermont State Dental Society (VSDS) recently
announced the release of a new report highlighting the state of dental
healthcare in Vermont. Titled Miles of Smiles: The State of Dental Healthcare in Vermont, the report identifies areas where
Vermont is leading the nation in dental healthcare access and outcomes.
Dr. John E. Farnham, 85, passed away on March 16,
2015. He died with his family at his side while at the University of
Vermont Medical Center. Dr. Farnham was born in Burlington on January 2,
1930. He attended Norwich University before graduating from the College of
Dental Medicine at Tufts University with his dental degree. At Tufts he
was a member of the Honor Society and Class President. His oral surgery
residency was done at Boston City Hospital. Upon returning to
Vermont he entered private practice and was appointed as an assistant
attending in dentistry at Mary Fletcher Hospital. Later he became clinical
faculty in the UVM College of Medicine. In 1968, he was named Clinical
Associate Professor. In 1972, he was promoted to Clinical Professor and Chair
of the Section of Dentistry and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. In 1963, he
established a dental residency program at Mary Fletcher Hospital, and for
decades served as Program Coordinator and Director. To read more on Dr. Farnham's life story, click here.
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