The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, Nebraska Society of Pediatric Dentistry and Nebraska Dental Association are troubled by the growing number of Medicaid pediatric dental audits in [...]
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The Howard University College of Dentistry’s American Student Dental Association chapter kicked off the school’s advocacy month with a Nov. 5 trip to the ADA House to learn about key [...]
Palm Beach, Fla. — Dr. Mitchell Josephs had recently joined the Palm Beach Synagogue earlier this year when he heard about a lecture with a Holocaust survivor being held at [...]
The American Dental Association announced in October that the ADA Foundation donated nearly $34,000 to Dental Lifeline Network — funds that the nonprofit organization says it will use to support [...]
Dental Lifeline Network is encouraging other dentists around the country to donate their time and skills to at least one veteran as part of its continuing Will You See One [...]
The Office for Civil Rights and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology announced Oct. 30 the release of version 3.1 of the Health and Human Services [...]
The Association has launched the ADA Financial Policy Builder Tool with the help of CareCredit in order to help patients finance treatment.
The National Commission on Recognition of Dental Specialties and Certifying Boards is seeking comments through Dec. 28 on an application to recognize the American Dental Board of Anesthesiology as the [...]
The Office for Civil Rights announced Oct. 30 that it had secured corrective actions and resolved a complaint filed by a patient with HIV against Florida Orthopaedic Institute.
Quendella Davis was only 13 years old when she conquered nasopharyngeal cancer after enduring 36 treatments of radiation and chemotherapy.