Through continuing education, research funding and dentistry outreach programs, dental associations provide excellent resources for the dental community.
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Dental associations help further the careers of dental care professionals by providing continuing education and training to their members. Through publications, dental charity work and research funding, dental associations are also helping raise awareness about the importance of dental health. Dental associations are also an excellent resource for consumers, many offering dentistry information, career guidance and dental outreach programs.
The American Dental Association represents an incredible number of America's dental professionals who have come together to promote a common interest: the importance of oral health.Read More
Through educational programs, charitable foundations and career support, the Florida Dental Association offers a clear and consistent message that dentistry is the gateway to good oral health.Read More
With conscious sedation, the only thing you have to fear is fear itself. DOCS courses and products are enabling dentists to provide you with the safest, most effective forms of dental sedation.Read More
As one of New Jersey's oldest professional organizations, the NJDA has been implemental in setting standards for dentists and ensuring quality dental care for residents throughout the state.Read More
Over 6,300 members strong, the Illinois State Dental Society uses its standing to promote a positive imagery of dentistry. Discover how the ISDS is benefitting those in need.Read More
The oldest dental society in the nation, the MDA plays an active role in the dental community by promoting dental care to its citizens and furthering the careers of its member dentists.Read More
The Chicago Dental Society is making strides in raising dental health awareness throughout the Chicago area. Thanks to its efforts, the CDS has been recognized on both state and national levels.Read More
Learn how West Coast dental associations are changing the face of dentistry.Read More