Dr. Lindsay Durham Limbaugh was born and raised in Fort Payne, Alabama. She attended Auburn University, where she graduated in 1999 Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. degree in Microbiology, and received a Dental Merit scholarship to attend the University of Alabama School of Dentistry in Birmingham.
As a dental student, Dr. Limbaugh held various offices including: President of the Alabama Association of Women Dentists, Student Government Association representative, member of the dental school’s Curriculum Committee, and Student Ambassador for the dental school. Dr. Limbaugh was also an active volunteer for the Special Olympics-Special Smiles program, the Colgate Smiles program, as well as a volunteer at the Sparks Clinic for special needs patients.
Dr. Limbaugh led a campaign to create a “Dental Awareness” Girl Scout badge, and organized the Bread and Roses program, in which donations were collected and oral hygiene instructions were taught at local shelters.
Upon graduation from dental school in 2003, Dr. Lindsay Limbaugh was awarded numerous honors, including induction into the exclusive Omicron Kappa Upsilon dental honor society, was recognized for being on the Dean’s List each quarter during all four years of dental school, and received an additional five awards for scholastic achievement, clinical ability, and patient care: the Birmingham District Dental Society Overall Clinical Ability Award, the American Academy of Oral Medicine Award, the Psi Omega National Council Scholastic Achievement Award, the Quintessence Award for Academic Achievement, and the Eleanor J. Bushee Senior Dental Student Award for Academic Excellence and Outstanding Leadership.
Dr. Limbaugh immediately entered the orthodontic residency program at the University of Alabama School Of Dentistry. She completed the three year residency program in April, 2006, earning her M.S. degree with her master’s thesis entitled, “Genetic Predisposition of Facial Growth Patterns: concordance among siblings.” In May, 2006, Dr. Limbaugh completed the Phase II written examination of the American Board of Orthodontics and in 2008 passed the elective certification process to become an ABO Board Certified Orthodontist.
It is important to Dr. Limbaugh to not only give back to her community, but also her profession. Locally, she has served as President of the Huntsville – Madison County Dental Society, is a member of the 8th District Dental Society, and has a leading role in two local dental study clubs. Regionally, Dr. Limbaugh is honored to represent our state and serve as the Alabama Director to the SAO. She also serves on the By-Laws committee for the SAO. She has served as President of both the Alabama Orthodontic Alumni Foundation (AOAF) and the Alabama Orthodontic Association (ALAO). She is an active member of the AAO, SAO, ADA, AOAF, and ALAO.
Dr. Lindsay Limbaugh married Dr. Matt Limbaugh, a native of Huntsville, while in her orthodontic residency. Matt attended a two year General Practice Residency at UAB Hospital and then moved to Huntsville to begin his dental career, while Lindsay finished the last year of her orthodontic program. The Drs. Limbaugh enjoy being back in Huntsville in their home in Hampton Cove and are proud parents of two sons, Brady & Grayson. During her free time, Dr. Limbaugh enjoys participating in community services and spending time with friends and family—most especially her boys. Her hobbies include reading, traveling, and watching Auburn football.
Dr. Limbaugh’s parents reside in Fort Payne, Alabama, and her brother (who is also an orthodontist) and sister-in-law have recently moved to the area. This makes it easy for the whole family to get together quite often and spend special times together.