Dr. William Clayton Jr. receives service recognition award: 5 takeaways

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The Academy of General Dentistry awarded William Clayton Jr., DDS, its 2017 Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition, the Shelby Star reports.

Here are five takeaways:

1. To receive the recognition, Dr. Clayton completed 1,600 hours of continued dental education in 16 different dental disciplines.

2. Dr. Clayton has completed over 100 hours of dental related community and volunteer service.

3. Dr. Clayton earned his doctor of dental surgery degree from the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry in Chapel Hill. He later completed his general practice residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.

4. Dr. Clayton is a member of the North Carolina Dental Society, American Dental Association, Christian Medical and Dental Association and a board member of the Dental Well Being Advisory Committee.

5. Since 2005, 286 of the Academy of General Dentistry's 40,000 members have received this recognition.

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