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Who is Alfred Fones?
Alfred Fones: Alfred Civilion Fones was an American dentist from Bridgeport, Connecticut who has been called the founder of the profession of dental hygiene, starting in 1906. Fones created the name "dental hygenist" and in 1913 established the first school of dental hygiene. Fone's father was also a practicing dentist, and the first "dental commissioner" for the City of Bridgeport. Alfred Fones graduated from the New York College of Dentistry in 1890.
- also known as Alfred Civilion Fones
- born in (146 years ago) in Bridgeport
- nationality: United States of America
- education: New York University College of Dentistry
- profession: Dentist
- died on (77 years ago)
- written work: "Mouth Hygiene"
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