Spooky voice? Check!
Flying bats? Check!
Important message about oral health? Check!
Each year the ADA New Dentist Committee recognizes those who have demonstrated a commitment to new dentists and dental students through their enthusiasm, volunteerism and dedication to the future of the profession. In 2014 the award for New Dentist Committee Outstanding Program Award of Excellence goes to the San Antonio District Dental Society Committee on(…)
Great piece in ADA News about the 28th New Dentist Conference. The headline for this post comes from this speech delivered on Thursday: “You set the direction for our profession. You decide what our polices are. You decided how we’re going to advocate for our profession,” Dr. Charles Norman, ADA president, said. “All you have(…)
The 28th New Dentist Conference is in full swing right now in Kansas City, Missouri. A number of CE programs are taking place right now, including Take This Job and Love It! presented by Dr. Mark Hyman. Earlier this year Dr. Hyman spoke with ADA New Dentist News about people skills new dentists can use(…)
The 28th New Dentist Conference has kicked off with a full day of leadership programming. ADA Chief Economist, Marko Vujicic, Ph.D., discussed the future dental care system and the key changes on the horizon due to the Affordable Care Act, increased consumerism, shifts in demand for dental care and other factors. The presentation was informed(…)
Attend the volunteer symposium: The World Outside your Office. This daylong pre-session symposium will be held Oct. 8 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio during ADA 2014—America’s Dental Meeting. Presenters Dr. Christopher Holmgren, Dr. Kevin Hardwick and Bella Monse will use interactive learning sessions to demonstrate how to recognize diverse and(…)
If you have already registered, we look forward to seeing you at the Leadership General Session on Thursday, July 17. Not yet registered? No problem – we’re happy to register you on-site! See you soon!
When it comes to oral health there is a lot of misinformation circulating in the public imagination. What’s the best course of action when a patient makes a request or assertion that isn’t supported by science? Dr. Partha Mukherji is a general dentist practicing in Ft. Worth, Texas, and a supporter of Evidence-Based dentistry. He(…)