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ADA weighs in on health care reform

Priorities include dental coverage, marketplace reform, dentist-patient relationship.  Learn more.


ADA presses Congress on regulatory reform

Association seeks review of regulatory burden on small businesses. Read more.


2016 ADA Advocacy Highlights

It was a busy year for the Association’s Washington office. Read more.


ADPAC 2016 Election Center

Four dentists to serve in 115th Congress. Learn more.

As America’s leading oral health advocate, the ADA works tirelessly to influence public policies affecting the practice of dentistry and the oral health of the American public.

In Washington, D.C., the ADA lobbies Congress and the Administration—fighting for things that matter to dentists and the patients they serve. The ADA also provides technical support to help state dental societies advance their respective policy agendas. 

Add your voice to the more than 161,000 ADA members who make it possible for dentistry to be heard.

Prepared by: Division of Government and Public Affairs
Last Updated: February 24, 2017