Hubert Freeman, DDS, is a highly-skilled dentist providing expert care to patients at his practice, Freeman Dental, in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Freeman was born to humble beginnings in Cameron, Texas. He was the youngest of 12 children and raised by a single mother who was a deeply religious woman with great strength and character.
In 1959, he graduated from Huston-Tillotson College in Austin, Texas, with a Bachelor of Science in biology and chemistry. After graduation, Dr. Freeman was selected for an internship with the National Park Service and spent the summer in Yosemite National Park as a park ranger. There, he used that degree in biology to teach visitors about the park’s natural beauty.
During the Vietnam war, Dr. Freeman joined the United States Amy. His military job was top secret and involved spending a year in Sinop, Turkey. While there, Dr. Freeman met and began working with the dentist on the army base and realized he had a special talent for the work. Turkey was where he was inspired to become a dentist.
While taking night courses to strengthen his science background for the dental school entrance exam, Dr. Freeman worked for the U.S. Department of Fish & Wildlife as a biologist and studied the effects of dredging on marine life in the San Francisco Bay.
He was accepted into Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, and obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1974. After an internship in dental surgery at Martin Luther King Hospital in Los Angeles, California, Dr. Freeman moved to Dallas in 1975. He initially joined Dr. Foster Kidd and later established his independent practice.
Dr. Freeman has a servant’s heart for helping others and is excited to treat new and existing patients at Freeman Dental.