The ADAA is America’s oldest, largest group for dental assistants include clinical personnel, educators and those on the business side. We provide home study continuing education for dental assistants on topics including infection control, radiology and practice management. We offer traditional membership and free on-line E-Membership. Visit our website at http://www.dentalassistant.org.
The Academy of Dentistry International is the international honor society for dentists dedicated to sharing knowledge in order to serve the dental-health needs and to improve the quality of life of people throughout the world. Through the development of fellowship and understanding, the Academy endeavors to create opportunities for service in order to assist in the establishment of a world at peace..
The Chicago Dental Society, which was established in 1864, has more the 4,300 dentist members in Cook, Lake and DuPage Counties, making it the largest component society of the American Dental Association. The Chicago Dental Society annually hosts the Midwinter Meeting and is “The Respected Leader in Scientific Dental Meetings”. Visit http://www.cds.org for more information.
Bosworth Company is proud to support Dental Lifeline Network and its DentaCheques program. DentaCheques is a product value book that offers dentists hundreds and even thousands of dollars in savings on products purchased from their dental supply company. The book includes $120 in dealer invoice credits, and dozens of free samples and discounts from manufacturers, including Bosworth Company. At $149, the purchase price is easily recouped and is a win-win situation for everyone involved. 100% of the funds raised help people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile receive the dental care they so desperately need, but cannot afford. For more information about Dental Lifeline Network and DentaCheques please visit DentalLifeline.org.
The Dental Trade Alliance is the voice for the dental trade. Members include Distributors, Laboratories, Manufacturers and Associates in North America. The goal of the DTA is to enhance member success and increase dental demand. Assisting its members as they expand the dental market, DTA provides a large variety of services and programs.
See amazing teeth feats, marvel at George Washington’s choppers, sing along to vintage toothpaste commercials, and discover fascinating hands-on exhibitions about the power of a healthy smile. An Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, this one-of-a-kind museum celebrates and preserves the history of the dental profession and educates audiences across the country about the importance of a good oral health in a healthy life. Visit www.smile-experience.org to learn more about the museum’s oral health education outreach, including online programs and traveling exhibits. Located at 31 S. Greene Street in downtown Baltimore.
Oral Health America (OHA) is a national non-profit founded in 1955 and located in Chicago. OHA’s mission is to change lives by connecting with resources to increase access to care, education, and advocacy for all Americans, especially those most vulnerable. OHA affords oral disease prevention and oral health promotion for Americans of all ages through funding, technical assistance, donated dental product, and by facilitating public-private partnerships. OHA’s messages to the American public center around self care, regular dental visits, tobacco cessation and healthy food choices, and routinely reach over 170 million people nationwide. OHA encourages policies that create oral health equity for over 100 million Americans without dental insurance, and those who are unable to obtain dental care. To learn more, please visit http://www.oralhealthamerica.org.
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OSAP is a trustworthy and timely filter for information, resources (products, programs and people), regulations and guidelines on infection prevention and safety topics for dentistry. Further, the organization packages the information to make it easier to understand, implement and achieve compliance. OSAP’s members are experts however any dental practice can obtain help for a reasonable fee because OSAP is a nonprofit organization with this singular focus.