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State Dental Associations

Alabama
Alabama Dental Association
836 Washington Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36104
334.265.1684
334.262.6218 FAX
info@aldonline.org
www.aldaonline.org

About ALDA
Founded in 1869, the Alabama Dental Association is a membership organization of over 1,800 Alabama dentists and part of a tripartite system with the American Dental Association and our nine component District Dental Societies.

ALDA is the premier professional dental organization in the state representing Alabama dentists and their efforts to provide quality dental care to all Alabamians.

 

Alaska
Alaska Dental Society
9170 Jewel Lake Rd. #100
Anchorage, AK 99502
(907) 563-3003
(907) 563-3009 FAX
info@akdental.org
www.akdental.org

About The Alaska Dental Society
The Alaska Dental Society is committed to maintaining dental care in the State of Alaska at the highest level so that you can enjoy a lifetime of good oral health.

 

Arizona
Arizona Dental Association
3193 N. Drinkwater Blvd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-6491
480.344.5777
800.866.2732 Toll Free
480.344.1442 FAX
www.azda.org

Arizona's Voice of Dentistry Since 1909
The Arizona Dental Association assists the dental professional in the pursuit of personal and professional excellence in the ethical delivery of the highest level of care to the public by providing educational, leadership, communications and charitable opportunities.

The Arizona Dental Association is one of 53 constituent/territorial societies of the American Dental Association, and represents 2 out of every 3 licensed dentists in Arizona.

 

Arkansas
Arkansas State Dental Association
7480 Hwy. 107
Sherwood, AR 72120
800.501.2732
501.834.7650
501.834.7657 FAX
billy@arkansasdentistry.org
www.arkansasdentistry.org

Arkansas State Dental Association
Improving the oral health of the public and the professional development of ASDA members.

 

California
California Dental Association
1201 K Street, 14th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
800.232.7645
916.443.0505
contactcda@cda.org
www.cda.org

About CDA
The California Dental Association (CDA) is a community of dentists committed to enhancing the professional lives of our members—25,000 of the best and brightest dentistry has to offer. Together, we champion better oral health care for all Californians.

CDA supports dentists in all stages of their careers. We offer our members a unique set of resources, including education, practice support, advocacy and protection. We take pride in our mission to meet community needs across the state.

It’s been nearly 150 years since a small group of dentists founded CDA. Since then we’ve grown to become the single largest membership in the American Dental Association and a constant trusted resource for California dentists and their patients.

 

Colorado
Colorado Dental Association
8301 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 400
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
303.740.6900
303.740.7989 FAX
info@cdaonline.org
www.cdaonline.org

CDA Mission
To provide the Colorado Dental Association membership and the public with superior service and to demonstrate effective leadership in advocacy, education, communication, and quality products and services that enhance member practices, professional growth, and patient care.

 

Connecticut
Connecticut State Dental Association
835 West Queen Street
Southington, CT 06489
860.378.1800
860.378.1807 FAX
cdingeldey@csda.com
http://www.csda.com

About the CSDA
The Connecticut State Dental Association is a statewide, professional membership organization representing Connecticut licensed dentists and staff. CSDA members are committed to protecting the health and well being of people of all ages.

The CSDA was established in 1864 to ensure that patients receive the highest quality of care from dental professionals. With a statewide membership of approximately 2,630 members, the CSDA represents about 75% of all licensed dentists in Connecticut.

The CSDA is the voice of Connecticut licensed dentist in the Legislature. It maintains a clear and consistent message that dentistry is health care that works. The CSDA supports legislation that protects the high quality of dental care that Connecticut residents receive.

The CSDA also sponsors statewide public outreach programs that highlight the importance of good dental health for people of all ages.

 

Delaware
Delaware State Dental Society
200 Continental Drive, Suite 111
Newark, DE 19713
302.368.7634
www.delawarestatedentalsociety.org

Delaware State Dental Society Mission
The mission of the Delaware State Dental Society is to support its members' ability to practice through education and advocacy. Intimately involved in this process is the advancement of quality oral health care for the public.

 

District of Columbia
District of Columbia Dental Society
502 C Street, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002-5810
202.547.7613
202.546.1482 FAX
info@dcdental.org
www.dcdental.org

DC Dental Society Mission
To promote the growth of the dental profession through educational programming, advocacy for our members, and raising the oral health literacy of our community.

 

Florida
Florida Dental Association
1111 E. Tennessee St.
Tallahassee, FL 32308-6914
800.877.9922
850.681.3629
850.561.0504 FAX
fda@floridadental.org
www.floridadental.org

About the Florida Dental Association
The Florida Dental Association (FDA) is a statewide association representing Florida-licensed dentists.

A constituent society of the American Dental Association, the FDA's mission is to improve the oral health of Florida residents, promote ethical practice standards and help direct the evolution of the practice environment. Serving as the voice of Florida- licensed dentists to the Florida Legislature, we maintain a clear and consistent message that dentistry is the "Gateway to Good Health".

For over a century, the FDA has united the cause of quality dental care with patient freedom of choice.

 

Georgia
Georgia Dental Association
7000 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. NE
Suite 200, Building 17
Atlanta, GA 30328-1655
404-636-7553
800-432-4357
404-633-3943 FAX
Staff E-mail Directory
www.gadental.org

Georgia Dental Association Mission/Vision
The Georgia Dental Association has adopted the Mission Statement that the GDA is the premier professional organization of dentists in the state committed to improving oral health in Georgia and continuously promoting the highest standards of dentistry through education, advocacy, and professionalism. The GDA has also adopted the Vision Statement that Georgia is a state with optimal oral health.

 

Hawaii
Hawaii Dental Association
1345 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
808.593.7956
808.593.7636 FAX
hda@hawaiidentalass ociation.net
www.hawaiidentalassociation.net

About the Hawaii Dental Association The Hawaii Dental Association is a statewide, professional membership organization representing Hawaii-licensed dentists. HDA members are committed to protecting the health and well-being of people of all ages. The HDA was established in 1903 to ensure that patients received the highest quality of care from dental professionals.

 

Idaho
Idaho State Dental Association
1220 W Hays St.
Boise, ID 83702
208.343.7543
Info@TheISDA.org
www.theisda.org

Idaho State Dental Association Mission
The Idaho State Dental Association is the professional association of dentists committed to the public's oral health through professional advancement, science, and ethics: Leading a unified profession through initiatives of advocacy, education, and the development of standards.

 

Illinois
Illinois State Dental Society
1010 South Second Street
Springfield, Illinois 62704
217.525.1406
info@isds.org
www.isds.org

Illinois State Dental Society Mission The Illinois State Dental Society (ISDS) formed in Chicago in 1865. Today, ISDS enjoys a strong membership base of over 7,600 dentists, dental hygienists, dental lab technicians and dental students. The Society is comprised of eight trustee districts and 23 local component dental societies.

The mission of the Illinois State Dental Society is to represent the members of the Society and the public we serve through communication, education and legislation.

 

Indiana
Indiana Dental Association
1319 E. Stop 10 Road
Indiana, IN 46227
317.634.2610
800.562.5646
317.634.2612 FAX
www.indental.org

Indiana Dental Association Mission
The Indiana Dental Association (IDA) serves over 83 percent of Indiana’s practicing dentists, more than 2,800 members. The IDA is comprised of 15 component societies, which serve each of Indiana’s 92 counties, and is a constituent society of the American Dental Association.

The mission of the IDA is to support dentists, to promote professionalism, and to improve oral health in the state of Indiana.

 

Iowa
Iowa Dental Association
5530 West Parkway, Suite 100
Johnston, IA, 50131
515.986.5605
800.828.2181
515.986.5626 FAX
info@iowadental.org
www.iowadental.org

Iowa Dental Association Mission The mission of the Iowa Dental Association (IDA) is to encourage the improvement of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the interests of the members of the dental profession and the public which it serves.

The Iowa Dental Association is the largest, most representative dental association in Iowa. It consists of tripartite membership in the American Dental Association, Iowa Dental Association and the component district society. The IDA is a constituent society chartered by the American Dental Association.

 

Kansas
The Kansas Dental Association
5200 SW Huntoon
Topeka, KS 66604
785.272.7360
785.272.2301 FAX
Contact ADA Staff
www.ksdental.org

About the KDA
We promote public health and health services, advance the art and science of dentistry, and foster an awareness of the obligations of the dental profession to society.

 

Kentucky
Kentucky Dental Association
1920 Nelson Miller Parkway
Louisville, KY 40223-2164
502.489.9121
502.489.9124 FAX
800.292.1855 (Toll Free KY Only)
www.kyda.org

About KDA The mission of the Kentucky Dental Association is to serve, enhance, and represent all aspects of the dental profession in Kentucky and to promote the oral health of the public we serve by:

  • Maintaining a public voice supported by a high level of active membership.
  • Providing a high level of support and services for our membership.
  • Promoting the delivery of ethical care based on both established and emerging scientifically sound principles.
  • Being the advocate for the dental profession and oral health in public and governmental arenas.

 

Louisiana
Louisiana Dental Association
7833 Office Park Blvd.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809
225.926.1986
800.388.6642 Toll Free
225.926.1886 FAX
info@ladental.org
www.ladental.org

About the Louisiana Dental Association
Established in 1878, the Louisiana Dental Association (LDA) is the largest professional health organization for dentists in Louisiana. It is a statewide grassroots organization whose purpose is to promote, advocate, and protect the dental professional. The LDA has nearly 1,900 members.

LDA members are actually part of a “tripartite” system, meaning they fill out one membership application and pay one dues amount and are members of the American Dental Association (ADA), the LDA, and their local component dental society. So, our members actually have three advocate groups. The local component dental society in your area provides camaraderie and local support. The LDA is made up of nine component societies covering each major area of the state. Each holds organized meetings, special events and seminars.

 

Maine
Maine Dental Association
29 Association Drive
Manchester, ME 04351
207.622.7900
207.622.6210 FAX
info@medental.org
www.dentalaccessformaine.org

About the Maine Dental Association
Incorporated in 1867, the Maine Dental Association (MDA) is a professional membership organization of licensed dentists whose object is “to provide representation, information and other services for the dentist members and, through the dentist members, promote the health and welfare of the people of the State of Maine.”

 

Maryland
Maryland State Dental Association
6410 Suite F Dobbin Road
Columbia, MD 21045
410.964.2880
410.964.0583 FAX
mddent@msda.com
www.msda.com

About the Maryland State Dental Association
The Maryland State Dental Association represents and supports the dental profession in its efforts to provide high quality, ethical oral health care to the public and is the professional association for dentists in the state of Maryland. It is a constituent of the American Dental Association. There are also twelve component dental societies geographically located throughout Maryland. These three entities make up the tripartite membership system; the national level, the state level and the local level.

The Maryland State Dental Association has been serving the dental community since 1883.

 

Massachusetts
Massachusetts Dental Society
Two Willow Street
Suite 200
Southborough, MA 01745
800.342.8747 508.480.0002 FAX
www.massdental.org

MDS Mission Statement
The Massachusetts Dental Society is the organization dedicated to improving the oral health of the public and professional development of its membership through initiatives in education, advocacy, and promotion of the highest professional standards.

 

Michigan
Michigan Dental Association
3657 Okemos Road., Ste. 200
Okemos, MI 48864
800.589.2632
517.372.0008
www.smilemichigan.com

About the Michigan Dental Association
The Michigan Dental Association, founded in 1856, is the oldest professional association in Michigan and the oldest dental association in continuous existence in the United States. The MDA consists of more than 5,500 members, representing 75 percent of the dentists in Michigan.

The MDA is a constituent society of the American Dental Association, and all MDA members are also members of the ADA. Likewise, the MDA is comprised of 26 local dental societies around the state. The Michigan Dental Association is headquartered in Okemos, Mich. Its staff is headed by Interim CEO/Executive Director Grace DeShaw-Wilner, CAE.

The MDA serves as “Michigan’s Oral Health Authority Dedicated to the Public and the Profession” and is guided by integrity, ethics and is committed to the improvement of the public's overall health. The MDA believes:

  • oral health is integral to overall health;
  • in an inclusive environment that embraces diversity;
  • that the profession of dentistry and the oral health team must be led by dentists to ensure the safety of the public; and
  • that life-long learning is critical to excellence in patient care.

 

Minnesota
Minnesota Dental Association
1335 Industrial Boulevard
Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55413-4801
612.767.8400
800.950.3368
612.767.8500 FAX
info@mndental.org
www.mndental.org

About the MDA
The Minnesota Dental Association is a statewide professional membership organization representing Minnesota-licensed dentists and dental students. Any dentist with a license to practice in Minnesota and any student enrolled in the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry is eligible for membership. With a statewide membership of over 3,000 dentists, the MDA represents 77% of all licensed dentists in Minnesota.

The MDA was established in 1884 to ensure that patients received the highest quality of care from dental professionals. Over the years the MDA has continued to be the voice of dentistry in Minnesota, committed to the highest standards of oral health and access to care for all Minnesotans. The MDA represents its members at the state legislature, advocating for legislation that includes scope of practice issues, as well as public oral health and safety issues. In addition, the MDA represents members in discussions with regulatory agencies and third party payers to resolve conflicts and recommend change when needed.

 

Mississippi
Mississippi Dental Association
439 B Katherine Drive
Flowood, MS 39232
601.664.9691
601.664.9796 FAX
office@msdental.org
www.msdental.org

About the MDA The Mississippi Dental Association is a non-profit, professional organization with almost 1,000 members statewide, representing all areas of dentistry. Founded in 1875, the MDA is a unified organization of individual dentist members committed to the highest quality of care for the public and a resource for advocacy, education, communication, information and fellowship. The MDA is a state component of a tripartite association where members belong to the American Dental Association and their local component (dental district) society. The Association is governed by a board and has three office staff to serve the membership.

Since 1875, members of the Mississippi Dental Association have proudly worked together on behalf of the profession of dentistry in Mississippi and the patients they serve. Through the years, the MDA has established itself as the premier dental organization in our state. The MDA has continued the tradition of improving oral health care for all Mississippians through promoting the profession and dental education, collaborating with community partners to increase awareness of the importance of oral health care and advocating for quality care throughout our state.

 

Missouri
Missouri Dental Association
3340 American Ave.
Jefferson City MO 65109
573.634.3436
573.635.0764 FAX
www.modental.org

About the Missouri Dental Association
The MDA is a non-profit, professional organization with more than 2,000 members statewide, representing all areas of dentistry. Founded in 1865, the MDA is a unified organization of individual members committed to the highest quality of care for the public and a resource for advocacy, education, communication, information and fellowship. The MDA Mission Statement is Promoting the interests of dentists in Missouri.

 

Montana
Montana Dental Association
P.O. Box 1154
Helena, Montana 59624
800.257.4988
406.443.2061
406.443.1546 FAX
info@montanadental.org
www.mtdental.com

About the Montana Dental Association
MDA, headquartered in Helena, Montana, is a professional membership organization, representing more than 650 Montana dentists. MDA is a constituent of the American Dental Association and is affiliated with ten local district dental societies across Montana.

 

Nebraska
Nebraska Dental Association
7160 South 29th Street, Ste.1
Lincoln, NE 68516
402.476.1704
www.nedental.org

Nebraska Dental Association Mission
The NDA is a unified organization of individual members committed to: encourage improvement of the health of the public; promote the art and science of dentistry; and represent the interests of its members and the public whom it serves.

Nebraska Dental Association History
Established in 1868, the 985 member Nebraska Dental Association is a professional membership association of persons licensed to practice dentistry in Nebraska. Through it’s active members, the Association strives to promote and enhance the dental profession by assuring a proper, legal framework in which to practice, promoting educational opportunities to learn the "states-of-the-art" in dental techniques and technologies and increasing public awareness of good dental practice.

 

Nevada
Nevada Dental Association
8863 W. Flamingo Rd., Suite 102
Las Vegas, NV 89147-8718
800.962.6710
702.255.4211
702.255.3302 FAX
www.nvda.org

About the NDA The Nevada Dental Association provides its members services that promote the highest standards of care for the public and inspires members in pursuit of professional excellence and personal fulfillment through education, leadership and communication. The Association preserves the integrity of the dental profession, strengthens the doctor/patient relationship and promotes the Principles of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct of the American Dental Association.

 

New Hampshire
New Hampshire Dental Society
23 South State St.
Concord NH 03301
603.225.5961
603.226.4880 FAX
www.nhds.org

About the New Hampshire Dental Society
The New Hampshire Dental Society is the professional association of dentists in New Hampshire. Its purpose is to:

  • promote the art and science of dentistry
  • represent member dentists
  • provide leadership, educational information and other services for member dentists
  • through its members insure the oral health of the people of New Hampshire.

The New Hampshire Dental Society speaks for dentistry of the state level on legislative, regulatory and dental issues involving the public. The society provides its members with quality continuing dental education programs, placement services as well as a variety of other services.

The society is composed of nine component dental societies that form the foundation of the constituent society as such and play a critical job in providing direction for the entire organization. Member dentists have a voice in their preferences in the manner in which the society functions.

 

New Jersey
New Jersey Dental Association
One Dental Plaza
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
732.821.9400
800.831.6532
732.821.1082 FAX
www.njda.org

New Jersey Dental Association Mission
"The New Jersey Dental Association serves and supports its members and fosters the advancement of quality, ethical oral healthcare for the public."

 

New Mexico
New Mexico Dental Association
9201 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Suite 601
Albuquerque, NM 87111
505.294.1368
505.294.9958 FAX
mmoxey@nmdental.org
www.nmdental.org

About the NMDA
NMDA promotes the Art and Science of Dentistry and fightes for acess to quaility oral health care for all New Mexicans.

 

New York
New York State Dental Association
20 Corporate Woods Blvd., #602
Albany, NY 12211
518.465-0044
518.465-3219 FAX
info@nysdental.org
www.nysdental.org

About NYSDA
The New York State Dental Association (NYSDA) has been the voice for the dental profession in New York State since its founding in 1868. With 14,000 members (76 percent of practicing dentists in the state), NYSDA is one of the largest state constituents of the American Dental Association.

NYSDA provides its members with a powerful presence in the Legislature, business development programs, peer review, a clinical journal and educational and scientific programs that promote the art and science of dentistry.

NYSDA is dedicated to ensuring the highest level of dental care for the people of New York State and sponsors award-winning dental health programs for the public.

 

North Carolina
North Carolina Dental Society
1600 Evans Road
Cary, NC 27513
919.677.1396
800.662.8754 Toll Free
919.677.1397
info@ncdental.org
www.ncdental.org

North Carolina Dental Society Mission
The North Carolina Dental Society’s objective shall be to encourage the improvement of the oral health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry and encourage the maintenance of high standards of professional competence and practice, and to represent the interests of the members of the dental profession and the public which it serves.

 

North Dakota
North Dakota Dental Association
P.O. Box 1332
Bismarck, ND 58502
701.223.8870
701.223.0855 FAX
ndda@midconetwork.com
www.nddental.com

About the NDDA
The North Dakota Dental Association (NDDA) is a constituent organization chartered by the American Dental Association and represents 344 dentists that are organized into five component districts.

The NDDA is the leading advocate of oral health promoting education and service to its members and the public.

 

Ohio
Ohio Dental Assocation
1370 Dublin Road
Columbus, Ohio 43215
614.486.2700
dentist@oda.org
www.oda.org

Ohio Dental Association Mission
The mission of the Ohio Dental Association is to improve oral health and strengthen dentistry in Ohio by providing resources to advance the dental profession, improving dental team skills, and increasing public and professional oral health knowledge.

 

Oklahoma
Oklahoma Dental Association
317 NE 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405.848.8873
800.876.8890
405.848.8875 FAX
information@okda.org
www.okda.org

About the ODA
The purpose of this Association shall be:

  • to promote public health and health services in the State of Oklahoma,
  • to advance the art and science of dentistry,
  • to represent the interest of the members of the dental profession and the public which it serves, and
  • to foster an awareness of the obligations and responsibilities of the dental profession to society.

In the discharge of this purpose the Association shall maintain the status of a chartered constituent society of the American Dental Association and shall be represented in the House of Delegates of the American Dental Association as provided by the Constitution and Bylaws of that Association.

 

Oregon
Oregon Dental Association
PO Box 3710
Wilsonville, OR 97070-3710
503.218.2010
800.452.5628
info@oregondental.org
www.oregondental.org

Oregon Dental Association is dedicated to advancing the dental profession and promoting the highest standard of oral health and oral healthcare.

Established in 1893, ODA is a voluntary membership organization for Oregon dentists. We provide continuing education, advocacy and other services for dentists and public information to promote good dental health. More than 71 percent of Oregon's dentists belong to ODA. ODA is comprised of 17 local dental societies throughout Oregon that provide continuing education and service programs in their local communities.

 

Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Dental Association
3501 North Front Street
P.O. Box 3341
Harrisburg, PA 17105
717.234.5941
717.234.2186 FAX
PDA Staff Directory
www.padental.org

About PDA PDA is a voluntary organization comprising approximately 6,000 member dentists. It is a constituency of the American Dental Association (ADA), the largest and oldest national dental society in the world. PDA was organized in 1868 to serve the public by promoting the art and science of dentistry. It remains true to its original goals to serve the interests of the profession and the public.

 

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico Dental Association
801 Motor Parkway, Suite 104
Hauppauge, New York 11788
631.348.1501
631.851.9334 FAX
www.prdausa.org

About the Puerto Rico Dental Association
The Puerto Rico Dental Association, USA, Inc. is a non-for profit organization that was established in 2008 by Dr. Lauro Medrano, Dr. Ivan Vazquez, Dr. Jose Santana and Dr. Jose Vicens.

Our Mission Statement: "To be the voice of Puerto Rican Dentists in organized dentistry while keeping our members informed of current issues and providing them with continuing education."

 

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Dental Association
875 Centerville Commons, Bldg. 4, Suite 12
Warwick, RI 02886
401.825.7700
401.825.7722 FAX
melanie@ridental.com
www.ridental.com

About the Rhode Island Dental Association
The Rhode Island Dental Association was founded in Providence on July 2, 1878 by a group of seven dentists.

Today, more than 600 members, representing over 90 percent of all practicing dentists in this state, belong to the Association. We are part of a three-level professional dental organizational structure which includes the American Dental Association - the national organization; the RIDA-a constituent society chartered by the ADA, and eight component dental societies throughout Rhode Island.

The object of the Association is to improve the dental health of the public and to promote the art and science of dentistry.

 

South Carolina
South Carolina Dental Association
120 Stonemark Lane
Columbia, SC 29210
803.750.2277
800.327.2598 Toll free in SC
803.750.1644 FAX
copelands@scda.org
www.scda.org

South Carolina Dental Association Mission
The South Carolina Dental Association represents member dentists in order to promote and provide optimal oral health care to all citizens of the state of South Carolina by serving as an advocate to advance the profession of dentistry.

Our Vision
To be the leader in the promotion of oral health care excellence and the advancement of the profession of dentistry in South Carolina.

 

South Dakota
South Dakota Dental Association
P.O. Box 1194
804 N Euclid Ave., Ste. 103
Pierre, South Dakota 57501
605.224.9133
605.224.9168 FAX
http://www.sddental.org

About the South Dakota Dental Association
The South Dakota Dental Association is a non-profit membership organization of dentists and dental specialists in South Dakota. The SDDA is an advocate for dentists and dental patients.

It is the mission of the South Dakota Dental Association to promote the art and science of dentistry and the oral health of the public; educate the public on the benefits of quality preventive and restorative dentistry as provided by the entire dental health care team; and be of service to its members regarding practice health and their general welfare.

 

Tennessee
Tennessee Dental Association
660 Bakers Bridge Ave., Suite 300
Franklin, TN 37067
615.628.0208
615.628.0214 FAX
tda@tenndental.org
www.tenndental.org

About the Tennessee Dental Association
We are a membership organization of Tennessee dentists and part of a tripartite organization along with the American Dental Association and our nine component societies.

 

Texas
Texas Dental Association
1946 S IH 35, Ste 400
Austin, TX 78704
512.443.3675
512.443.3031 FAX
www.tda.org

Texas Dental Association Mission
The Texas Dental Association (TDA), chartered in 1871, is the third largest state dental association in the United States. Currently, the Association has more than 8,800 members and is comprised of 26 component dental societies grouped into 4 divisions across the state of Texas. The TDA is part of a tri-partite affiliation with the American Dental Association as its national representative and its component societies at the local level.

The TDA Board of Directors, the executive body of the Association, is composed of 16 voting members and 6 non-voting members. The House of Delegates, the legislative body of the Association, is composed of 119 delegates representing 26 component societies, members of the Board of Directors, the speaker of the house, and 1 student delegate from each of the 3 dental schools in Texas. The House meets during TDA's Annual Session.

The Association's 20 councils and committees serve as policy recommending agencies. Each of these is assigned to study issues relating to its special area of interest and to make recommendations on these matters to the Board of Directors and the House of Delegates. The Association's official publication is the Texas Dental Journal. Published since 1883, it is the oldest continuously operating dental periodical in the Americas.

 

Utah
Utah Dental Association
1151 East 3900 South Ste. 160
Salt Lake City, UT 84124-1255
801.261.5315
801.261.1235 FAX
www.uda.org

About the Utah Dental Association
With regards to Dental we have the info of anything and everything.

 

Vermont
Vermont State Dental Society
1 Kennedy Drive, Suite L-3
South Burlington, VT 05403
802.864.0115
802.864.0116 FAX
vaugh.collins@vsds.org
www.vsds.org

About the Vermont State Dental Society
The Vermont State Dental Society, established in 1877, is the state's professional association of dentists. The Dental Society works to:

  • enhance the professional practice environment for its members
  • be the source of information on issues involving oral health care and its relation to general health and wellbeing
  • advocate for access to oral health care for all Vermonters
  • foster collaboration among oral health stakeholders
  •  

The Vermont State Dental Society serves the dental profession and advocates for public policies and systems to improve the oral health of Vermonters.

 

Virginia
Virginia Dental Association
3460 Mayland Ct., Suite 110
Henrico, Virginia 23233
804.288.5750
info@vadental.org
www.vadental.org

About the Virginia Dental Association
The Virginia Dental Association (VDA) is a non-profit organization whose vision is to continually improve the quality of dental education and treatment within the state of Virginia. We are affiliated with the American Dental Association (ADA). The structure of our association is known as "tripartite" in that a member of the ADA is typically a member of three associations at once. The first being ADA, the "national association", the second being the VDA or "state association", and the third being the local or "component" dental society. The VDA has a Board of Directors who govern and direct the association.

 

Virgin Islands
Virgin Islands Dental Society
Virgin Islands Dental Association
Medical Arts Complex, Suite 10
St. Thomas, VI 00802, USA
340.777.5950
340.775.4172 FAX
**they do not appear to have a website

 

Washington
Washington State Dental Association
126 NW Canal St.
Seattle, WA 98107
206.448-1914
800.448.3368
206.443.9266 FAX
info@wsda.org
www.wsda.org

About the Washington State Dental Association
The Washington State Dental Association has been the voice of dentistry in Washington since its inception in 1887.

Over 4,000 members strong, the Association's mission is to promote oral health of the highest quality.

 

West Virginia
West Virginia Dental Association
2016 1/2 Kanawha Blvd., East
Charleston, WV 25311
304.344.5246
wvrds@aol.com
www.wvdental.org

About WV Dental.org
The public access section of our website is loaded with features and information assembled specifically for you!

There are resources to help you learn more about the dental profession, press releases to keep you abreast of the latest news and the importance of good oral health, a job-bank to make job seekers aware of dental-related positions available in their area, and even a utility to put you in touch with a local dentist.

 

Wisconsin
Wisconsin Dental Association
6737 W. Washington Street, Suite 2360
West Allis, WI 53214
414.276.4520
414.276.8431 FAX
www.wda.org

About the Wisconsin Dental Association
The WDA was established in 1870. With more than 3,000 members statewide, the WDA represents some 80 percent of all licensed dentists and a growing number of dental hygienists in Wisconsin – all choosing to belong to organized dentistry. WDA members are committed to promoting professional excellence and quality oral health care. The WDA is headquartered in West Allis and has a legislative office in Madison. It is one of 53 constituent (state-territorial) dental societies of the American Dental Association – the largest and oldest national dental association in the world.

Our mission: Advance the interests of WDA members and the dental profession by promoting professional excellence and quality oral health care for the public.

 

Wyoming
Wyoming Dental Association
259 S. Center St., Ste. 201
Casper, WY 82601
307.237.1186
wyodental@gmail.com
www.wyda.org

About the Wyoming Dental Association
The WyDA is dedicated to excellence in the dental profession in Wyoming through continuing education for its members; though advocacy to enhance dental/medical opportunities for practitioners and through assisting its members to achieve the highest level of patient care to service Wyoming's populate needs. A membership in the Wyoming Dental Association is a "symbol of excellence."

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