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Class of 1981 (Oral Biology)



Margaret Fehrenbach Margaret J. Fehrenbach, Seattle: Publication is scheduled as primary author of both seventh edition of Illustrated Anatomy of the Head and Neck with Workbook (Elsevier, 2025) and sixth edition of Illustrated Dental Embryology, Histology, and Anatomy with Workbook (Elsevier, 2024). She has recently published as editor of the fourth edition of Dental Anatomy Coloring Book (Elsevier, 2022). Margaret was also editor-in-chief for Mosby’s Dental Dictionary (fourth edition, 2020) after serving on the past editorial boards. Margaret was also recently involved in oral biology webinars for instructors and peer professionals and is active in social media platforms. She was an adjunct faculty member at Seattle Central College in Bachelor of Applied Science in Allied Health Degree Program after instructing in other state dental hygiene programs. ADHA honored her with the Fones Award as well as Excellence in Dental Hygiene Award. (Spring 2023)


Margaret Fehrenbach

Margaret J. Fehrenbach, Burien Wash.: Publication is scheduled with her as primary author of the fifth edition of Illustrated Anatomy of the Head and Neck (Saunders/Elsevier, 2017). Margaret continues to present seminars and webinars on various oral biology subjects, especially in the area of local anesthesia. (Spring 2016)


Margaret J. Fehrenbach, Burien, Wash.: Recently has coauthored a new second edition of Saunders Review of Dental Hygiene (Elsevier, 2009) with Jane Weiner, RDH. Margaret has been a member of the NDHBE basic science committee in the past and has textbooks with the publisher on various dental topics that are used in many dental hygiene programs in the United States and abroad. Margaret also has enjoyed editorship of the Dental Anatomy Coloring Book and Mosby’s Dental Dictionary. She has now virtually re-entered academia via the Internet by presenting a course this spring, Educational Concepts, for St. Petersburg College’s online continuing education through Unexpectedly, the review text is being used by licensed peers interested in lifelong learning as a good overall review of the profession. (Spring 2009)