Today, no one bats an eye when greeted at the dentist’s office by a female dentist. It wasn’t always this way, though. Prior to 1970, fewer than 3.3% of dentists in the United States were women. That statistic has significantly – and understandably – jumped since then. Women currently make up nearly half of all dental students at U.S. colleges today and at least 25% of all practicing U.S. dentists. In Israel, 44% of all new dentists entering the field are women.
For the full article, please read it on the Times of Israel