ADA files complaint with FTC, FDA against SmileDirect Club

The Association announced July 11 it sent a complaint letter to the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, raising concerns over aspects of SmileDirect […]

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Dentists urge lawmakers to reauthorize Higher Education Act, share student debt stories

Washington — “Can you imagine starting out your career owing more than you might pay for a house?” Those were the words of Dr. Raymond […]

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The turning point in dental licensure modernization is upon us

Whenever and wherever dentists gather, there are few conversational topics which generate more professional unity than the archaic licensure process and fragmented portability landscape which […]

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Treating patients with special needs is fulfilling

New York — Dr. Chelsea Fosse knew she wanted to work with patients with special needs even before she enrolled in dental school. After she […]

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Have you talked to your patients about substance abuse?

In March 2018, the ADA announced a new policy demonstrating the Association’s commitment to fighting opioid abuse while continuing to help patients manage dental pain. […]

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