CDA Publications
CDA publishes two monthly magazines, the Journal of the California Dental Association, dedicated to scientific and clinical articles, and our news magazine, the CDA Update. Current issues can be found below.  Please visit the individual pages for each publication for an archive of past issues and additional information. 

In addition, both of our publications are now available as ePubs for tablet and mobile viewing. Visit our Mobility Central page to download.

CDA Journal

This award-winning peer-reviewed scientific publication keeps dentists up-to-date about scientific advances, business management strategies and new products. It also features thought-provoking editorials, practice support, risk management and regulatory compliance articles and technological trends that affect dentistry. 

Current Issue
November 2014

By the end of 2014, through expanded entitlement under the Affordable Care Act, the number of children eligible for Denti-Cal benefits will exceed 5 million. The November issue of the Journal issue focuses on the workforce and training needed to care for these children.

 

CDA Update

Every month, thousands of CDA members turn to the Update for the latest information about current and developing topics in dentistry. The Update is a trusted source for news that directly affects dentists, including dental benefit plans, legislation and advocacy, patient safety and more. 

Current Issue
October 2014

The October 2014 issue of the CDA Update includes information on the reclassification of hydrocodone drugs. Beginning Oct. 6, hydrocodone combination products such as Vicodin and Norco will be rescheduled as Schedule II drugs instead of Schedule III. Also included in this issue are details on why dentists should vote no on Proposition 46.

 

Contact

Alicia Malaby  
Director of Communications
916.554.5372
1201 K Street, 15th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

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