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The ADA series of brochures on periodontal disease may be just the reinforcement needed to get patients on board with treatment plans.

Dr. Bob Meyer, a dentist in Colorado Springs, Colo., is a role model for dentists who volunteer internationally.

With 2014, the American Academy of Periodontology is commemorating a century of science, education, leadership and advocacy with a year full of festivities in celebration of its 100th year anniversary.

There was a wealth of opportunities available for dental professionals to continue their professional education in 2012 as ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program-approved providers offered more than 22,000 continuing education courses, according to the ADA CERP 2013 annual report released this month.

Emphasizing the need to collaborate when addressing challenges facing dentistry, ADA President-elect Maxine Feinberg welcomed 74 dental association leaders and executives to ADA Headquarters Jan. 26-28 for the 2014 President-Elect's Conference.

The ADA has joined the Alliance for Oral Health Across Borders, a group focused on promoting peace and well-being through oral health.

Dental assistants are a key part of the dental practice year-round, but they get a special week dedicated to them each year for all the great work they do.

The Evidence-Based Dentistry Champions 2.0 Conference: Implementing Science in Practice, the annual ADA event scheduled for May 9-10, has a new approach in 2014—a little something for everyone.

Handy help in the form of the new ADA Oral Pathologist app is available for aiding in the diagnosis of lesions, papules, nodules, ulcers, vesicles and many other possible oral pathology conditions.

Annapolis, Md.—An online survey announced Jan. 28 by the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention invites anonymous and voluntary responses from private practice dentists about the use of exposure control plans for reducing the risk of exposure to potentially infectious materials.

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