Alert: COVID-19 closures
The closure order from July 13 does not impact dental practices.
CDA and ADA strongly disagree with the World Health Organization’s Aug. 3 guidance advising that routine non-essential oral health care, including oral health check-ups, dental cleanings and preventive care, be delayed.
In the last several months, CDA has evolved to address the most important needs of members, reconsidering meetings and in-person events and making financial adjustments that preserve CDA’s core programs and service to members.
This week marks a milestone anniversary for the California Dental Association, commemorating 150 years of community and resilience driven by a mission to provide steadfast support for dentists in their practice.
Cybersecurity experts are warning of a phishing campaign targeting more than 5 million businesses and individuals seeking financial assistance related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on June 12 approved the HPV vaccine Gardasil 9, produced by Merck, for the prevention of oropharyngeal and other head and neck cancers.
As dentists and their staff prepare to get back to practice, they can use the comprehensive Back to Practice Staff Training program developed by CDA’s COVID-19 Clinical Care Workgroup.
Andrew Soderstrom, DDS, CDA past president and a co-founder of CDA Cares, the CDA Foundation’s volunteer dental clinic, died Wednesday, April 29, following complications after a fall at his home in Modesto, California. He was 65.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many of the events and programs that bring needed care to underserved communities in California. Today, the CDA Foundation made the difficult decision to postpone its next CDA Cares volunteer dental clinic due to current state and federal public health guidance related to COVID-19.
Associate dentists who are independent contractors or sole proprietors can apply online now for weekly financial benefits through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program. Recent dental school graduates and others who lack sufficient work history, may also qualify for the COVID-19-related emergency unemployment assistance.