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Dr. Lynne Heckert is originally from New Jersey. She graduated Temple University School of Dentistry,  and was the first woman to graduate from the school since the Korean War and the only woman in her class. After graduation, she entered private practice at what is now Audubon Dental.  She taught Restorative Dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine from 1975 until 1980, before entering Villanova School of Law.
Dr. Lynne practiced dentistry while attending law school full time and graduated in 1983. She was member, then an assistant editor,  of the Villanova Law Review  and law clerk for Judge Judge Marutani, Phila. Ct. of Common Pleas, and has authored various publications in dentistry and law. Dr Lynne returned to the Penn Dental faculty in 1988 as  Assistant Professor of Dental Care Systems, Adjunct Faculty  where she was course director of Legal Issues and Ethics in Dentistry.
            At the present time, Dr. Lynne teaches Law and Ethics for Dentists at Penn Dental and works three days per week at Audubon Dental.  She lives in Haverford with her husband and their 31 year old son, George Heckert, III, now  a second year resident in Internal Medicine at Hahnemann Hospital. Dr. Lynne is president and CEO of Domain Dakini, Inc., an IT corporation.  She is a member of the American Dental Association, the Montgomery-Bucks Dental Association and has been a Featured Temple Alumnus

Dr. George Heckert is originally from Wilmington and he attended the University of Delaware.  He graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry, and completed an internship at Emily Bissell Hospital in Wilmington, Delaware before establishing a general dental practice in Audubon, now Audubon Dental Associates. Dr. George taught in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine for eight years. He  has spent many additional hours in continuing education, especially dental implant restoration, and advanced crown and bridge dentistry 
                  Dr George lives in Haverford with his wife, Lynne and son, George III.  Interests of Dr. George include  gardening, basketball and meditation. In 1997 he founded the Philadelphia Meditation Center, a non-sectarian non-profit corporation that offers stress reduction and meditation instruction.  He has been a Board Member of the Academy of Stomatology, President of the Main Line Dental Society and is a member of the American Dental Association, the PA Dental Association and the Montgomery-Bucks Dental Society.

Dr. Lynne spoke to and visited the Mongolian Medical Hospital  as part of a United States delegation of Physicians, Dentists and Medical Professionals.  Ulan Batar 2009