Dr. Glenn M. Kidder has served on the visiting faculty at the Pankey Institute in Key Biscayne, Florida for the past 23 years. He facilitates several courses which deal with occlusion, TMJ disorders, splint therapy, and equilibration in restorative dentistry. He also serves as the Essential II Coordinator in the Department of Education at Pankey. He is past president of the Greater Baton Rouge Dental Association. He was instrumental in the start up of The Greater Baton Rouge Community Clinic which has provided over five million dollars of free medical and dental care to the working uninsured in the Baton Rouge area. He is past president of Cortana Kiwanis where he has 33 years of perfect attendance. He has been married for 35 years to Stacey Kidder, a psychotherapist. They have three sons who are LSU graduates—two are dentists.
Dr. Kidder is in private practice in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where his practice is limited to the treatment of temporomandibular joint and occlusal disorders. He is a Diplomate with The American Board of Orofacial Pain, a Fellow in The Academy of General Dentistry, a Fellow in The Pierre Fauchard Academy, a Fellow in The International College of Dentists and is a 32 year member of the American Equilibration Society. He is an assistant clinical instructor in the Department of Prosthodontics at LSU School of Dentistry.