Alice G. Boghosian, D.D.S. is currently a national spokesperson and Consumer Advisor for the American Dental Association.
Dr. Boghosian has been quoted in Redbook, Ladies Home Journal and has been interviewed numerous times by Chicago network news affiliates such as Crain’s Chicago Business, Chicago Sun Times, WLS-ABC, WFLD-FOX News and WMAQ-NBC News.
Dr. Boghosian is a graduate of Loyola University School of Dentistry and maintains a private practice in Niles, IL.
Doctor of Dental Surgery, Loyola University School of Dentistry, 1985
Bachelor of Science, DePaul University, 1981
Professional Membership or Societies
American Dental Association
Illinois State Dental Society
Chicago Dental Society
American Association of Women Dentists
Academy of Dentistry International
Odontographic Society of Chicago
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