Important COVID-19 resources
Support and key resources to manage COVID-19 cases, exposure in the dental office.
Get to know CDA’s March Student Spotlight, Lori Foust from Loma Linda School of Dentistry class of 2021.
There’s a rising wave of litigation based on violations of the Americans with Disability Act. In addition to “drive by” lawsuits grounded in physical barriers to access, “click by” lawsuits are being filed in increasing numbers.
The CDA Foundation is accepting nominations for the 2021 Dr. Arthur A. Dugoni Faculty Award. The annual award recognizes an eligible faculty member affiliated with California’s six dental schools for their exceptional leadership and innovation in dental education.
Practice owners and dental team members can now look forward to exploring new education opportunities year-round through CDA’s new virtual event series. The series lets dental teams learn, connect with peers and earn continuing education from any remote location at convenient times that fit their schedules.
CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry returns May 13-16 in a dynamic virtual-learning format for dental professionals in California, across the U.S. and around the world.
The March issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association features the latest advances in oral and maxillofacial reconstruction. Articles discuss dental implants, modern temporomandibular joint surgery, contemporary sleep surgery and more.
Dentists, registered dental hygienists and other professionals who have active California licenses that expire between March 1 and March 31 now have additional time to satisfy the examination and continuing education requirements for license renewal.
COVID-19’s impact on dentistry remains a top advocacy priority for CDA, and a new bill that CDA is co-sponsoring with the California Medical Association would help to safeguard health care providers’ financial stability during future state emergencies like the current pandemic.
Dentists and other small-business owners suffering ongoing pandemic hardship in California can receive immediate relief through a $7.6 billion legislative package signed into law yesterday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Organized dentistry is making it easier for dentists across California to support COVID-19 vaccination efforts. Local dental societies have been working with local health departments to get dentists and their staff members vaccinated, and dentists are volunteering their time and skills at vaccination clinics in their communities.
Watch Dr. Tippett-Whyte as she discusses financial relief opportunities for practice owners. She's providing details about the PPP second draw loan, CalHealthCares' extended application deadline and a new initiative aimed at securing financial relief from dental plans for dental practices during future emergencies.