ADA News Convention Daily Oct. 3-4
We built our home on a foundation of science and values: Dr. Findley
In his address to the House of Delegates Friday, ADA President John S. Findley zeroed in on three "overriding concerns" that have commanded the Association's attention in recent years: health care reform, the Association itself and the future. Go to full story.
Trustees elected Friday at House
The 2009 House of Delegates on Friday declared the following trustees elected: 3rd District Trustee Charles Weber, 4th District Trustee Maxine Feinberg; 5th District Trustee Don Seago and 9th District Trustee Dennis Engel. Go to full story.
Results from ADA House mega discussion
The ADA held its sixth House of Delegates mega topic discussion Friday, examining what impact and role the ADA and the profession have in an environment of changing life sciences and the new health care landscape. Go to full story.
Gadgets to multitasking: 150 products in 45 minutes
Presenting a 45-minute crash course in all that's new and high-tech for the dental office, Drs. Paul Feuerstein (the gadget guy) and Gregory Zeller (the software guy) showcased 150 High-tech Products on One Stage at the Live Operatory Center on the exhibit floor. Go to full story.
Dr. Christensen offers 150 clinical tips
Armed with a course outline and a four-page handout grid, more than 700 dentists and team members attending the course, To Commemorate the 150th Year of the ADA: 150 Useful Clinical Tips in 150 Minutes, reaped the benefits Dr. Gordon Christensen’s product reviews and workflow tips. Go to full story.
Two run for treasurer, three for speaker
At Friday’s opening session of the 2009 House of Delegates, two candidates were nominated for ADA treasurer and three candidates were nominated for speaker of the ADA House. Elections will be held Monday. Go to full story.