Dr. Morgan’s passion for dentistry began when she earned a B.S. in Physical Therapy at the University of Ottawa. After deciding to pursue dentistry, Dr. Morgan earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, with honors.
Anne’s primary focus is on her patients and their oral health. She approaches dentistry with compassion, a gentle touch, and a calming demeanor. Her skill, education, and drive to be an exceptional clinician make her an excellent dentist.
A native of Maryland, Dr Hubbard began her study of science at UMBC where she majored in Biology, minored in Psychology, and worked as a dental assistant in a nearby dental office. Her passion for dentistry was cultivated through the intersection of her love for creative practices, human connections and science.
She received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in Baltimore, MD. She has continued to further her education through courses at the ADA (American Dental Association) annual conference, training with the AAFE (American Academy of Facial Esthetics) to provide cosmetic treatment, and completing the Comprehensive Implantology Continuum at Columbia University.
Apart from dentistry, Dr Hubbard loves all things film and photography, tech gadgets, hiking, biking and boxing.
Dr. Hubbard and Dr. Morgan met one fateful day, during the first month of dental school, over a shared plate of red curry and pad thai. They quickly learned of their shared passion for studying dentistry, valuing community, and understanding the importance of compassion in the medical field. They were inseparable those four years, and eventually built a friendship that grew into a sisterhood. Their vision for neighbor dental is to make your dental home feel like you’ve been welcomed into a neighbor’s home. Outside of their dental practice, together they are adventurous world travelers, share a strong love for food, and thoroughly enjoy a good musical performance.
It is their hope for the future is to continue to build meaningful relationships with their patients, to nurture a compassionate space where open communication, kindness and trust make their patients feel comfortable and at home.