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Community Dental Health Coordinator program celebrates 15 years

Pilot program launched in 2006, now shows impact in 47 states and counting

 


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Current data on COVID-19

Coronavirus iconCheck this page regularly for the latest COVID-19 data available from the CDC, WHO and Johns Hopkins University.
 

Interactive timeline: COVID-19 and Dentistry

From creating guides and resources to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread to advocating on behalf of the dental community, the dental profession and organized dentistry have responded to the global COVID-19 pandemic to help protect dentists, the dental team and their patients.
 

ADA supports two student loan reform bills

The ADA is supporting two student loan reform bills to help offset the financial challenges facing dentists after they graduate.
 

West Virginia University names new dental school dean

West Virginia University announced April 7 that it named Stephen Pachuta, D.D.S., as dean of its school of dentistry, starting June 1.
 

Opting out of Medicare results in dentists, patients not being reimbursed by Medicare Advantage

The ADA Council on Dental Benefit Programs is reminding dentists that if they opt out of Medicare, then neither they nor their patients can get reimbursed by a Medicare Advantage plan, also known as a Medicare Part C plan.

 

SmileCon chair: Reimagined experience takes annual meeting to 'the next level'

Dentists will have plenty of opportunities to meet, play, learn and smile during the ADA's revamped annual meeting, SmileCon, scheduled for Oct. 11-13 in Las Vegas.
 

Federal government, ADA advocate policies to curb opioid epidemic

The Biden-Harris Administration’s Statement of Drug Policy Priorities was released April 1, which outlines the federal government’s first-year approach to ending the opioid epidemic. The priorities are closely aligned with the ADA’s goals related to curbing opioid use.

 

RevenueWell acquires PBHS, expands dental marketing services

PBHS announced March 31 it was acquired by RevenueWell, a provider of marketing and communication software specifically designed to meet the needs of dental practices.
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Molar Incisor Hypomineralization: What you need to know

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