ADA Council on Scientific Affairs extends application period for John W. Stanford New Investigator Award

The American Dental Association Council on Scientific Affairs is extending the application deadline for the 2014 John W. Stanford New Investigator Award to Oct. 31. […]

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In Zambia, new dentist volunteers to treat patients in a truck

Dr. Rachel Hymes had all the dental equipment she needed — two dental chairs, an air compressor, anesthesia and tools to perform extractions safely — […]

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Get Involved!

Decisions made today may be affecting new dentists and their patients for the next 30 to 40 years. New dentists everywhere are making their voices […]

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Ellsworth, Maine dentist offers free exams

NBC affiliate WLBZ in Bangor, Maine reported on what a new dentist is doing to ensure kids who lack dental insurance receive the dental care […]

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Ready for ADA 2014 in San Antonio?

While you’re packing and planning your itinerary, here is some information that will help make your trip to ADA2014 smooth sailing: Check the mail … […]

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Institute for Diversity in Leadership project extends dental care to Navajo Nation patients

While working at Tséhootsooi Medical Center, a hospital operated by the Navajo Nation in Fort Defiance, Arizona, Dr. Felicia Frizzell noticed a need: Patients in […]

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