Boston/Brookline Dentist Serving on MA Dental Society Board

in BU In the Community, Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Health & Medicine, News Releases
May 19th, 2011

Contact: Jackie Rubin, 617/638-4892 |

(Boston) – Dr. Margaret Errante, Brookline resident and director of the Boston University Dental Health Center at 930 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, is now a Guest Board Member on the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS).

Dr. Errante will offer input on issues affecting the MDS and organized dentistry in this role. The Guest Board Member program began in 2006 to provide a more representative governing body.

Dr. Errante has more than 30 years of experience in the dental field and more than 18 years of experience as a principal in a multi-location group practice. She received her DDS from University of the Pacific in San Francisco and an associates in applied sciences from the University of New York, Farmingdale. She is a registered dental hygienist.

Dr. Errante completed the MDS Leadership Institute, which trains dentists to lead in organized dentistry, the community, and in practice, in 2010. In addition to the MDS, Dr. Errante is a member of the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, TKO Honor Fraternity, Pankey Alumni Association, and the University of the Pacific Alumni Association. She has received the Peabody Award for her clinical excellence in dental hygiene and received an award from the International College of Dentists for her clinical excellence in dentistry.


Mission of Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine:

The Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine will be the premier academic dental institution promoting excellence in dental education, research, oral health care, and community service to improve the overall health of the global population.

We will provide outstanding service to a diverse group of students, patients, faculty, staff, alumni, and healthcare professionals within our facilities, our community, and the world.

We will shape the future of the profession through scholarship, creating and disseminating new knowledge, developing and using innovative technologies and educational methodologies, and by promoting critical thinking and lifelong learning.

We will do so in an ethical, supportive environment, consistent with our core values of respect, truth, responsibility, fairness, compassion; and our operational values of excellence, service and effective communication in synergy with the strategic plan of Boston University.

We will support this mission using responsible financial policies and philanthropy.

Dr. Margaret Errante
Dr. Margaret Errante

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