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Due to the increasing concerns and latest public health guidance related to the new coronavirus, CDA today made the difficult decision to cancel its continuing education convention, CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry, which was scheduled to take place May 14-16 in Anaheim. CDAâ€™s dentist-led board approved the decision.
As the facts and situation around COVID-19 (coronavirus) continue to evolve, and in step with Gov. Gavin Newsom's recent declaration of a state of emergency in California, including the call for all seniors over the age of 65 and residents with chronic conditions to self-isolate at home, the California Dental Association is requesting the cooperation of all California dentists and issuing the following guidance.
The March 2020 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association celebrates CDA's sesquicentennial with articles on the history of the organization and the roles medicine, technology, dental education and societal needs play in shaping the future of dentistry and oral health.
The February 2020 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association features articles that focus on preserving healthy tooth structure with minimal intervention to create conservative cosmetic restorative outcomes in cosmetic dentistry.
Richard Nagy, DDS, is president of the California Dental Association.
CDA’s 27,000 member dentists applaud the governor’s proposed budget for its continued commitment to rebuilding and improving the state’s Medi-Cal Dental Program and the oral health of Californians. Under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s leadership, thoughtful investments have resulted in increases in utilization of dental services. Over a thousand dental providers throughout the state have newly enrolled to treat Medi-Cal beneficiaries in recent years, reversing a decade-long downward trend and opening access to hundreds of thousands of deserving Californians.
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