GW Hubbard, DDS, MS
Dr. Hubbard and his wife, DeAnn, grew up in the Fort Worth area. He graduated from LD Bell High School in Hurst and attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Dr. Hubbard was awarded a full athletic scholarship to play football for the Mustangs as a tight end. During his career at SMU he played in four bowl games, the Cotton Bowl, the Mirage Bowl, the Sun Bowl, and the Aloha Bowl. During that same time, the Mustangs won three Southwest Conference Championships.
From SMU, Dr. Hubbard was accepted to dental school at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio, which in 1993, was named the premier dental school in the nation. Dr. Hubbard was awarded many top honors for his achievements in dental school, which include the Kenneth D. Rudd Award for highest cumulative clinical grade point average, the James P. Vernetti Award for excellence in restorative dentistry, the Pierre Fauchard Scholarship for outstanding leadership, and others.
Dr. Hubbard attended the orthodontic residency program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, where he was awarded his orthodontic certificate and Master of Science degree.
During his academic career in dentistry, Dr. Hubbard has published several research articles on orthodontic materials, tooth preparation, and facial growth and development, in conjunction with orthodontic therapy. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Association of Orthodontics, the Southwest Society of Orthodontics, the Texas Dental Association and Fort Worth District Dental Society.
Dr. Hubbard and his staff have been serving the Cross Timbers area since 1992.