Are You Prepared?

Here is a 2024 Hurricane Season Guide. This guide is full of resources for members.

RECRUIT NEW MEMBERS

January 1 - August 31, 2024 for a chance to win a 7-day Hawaiian cruise, among other prizes!

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Welcome to the
Atlantic Coast District Dental Association

When you join organized dentistry, you become a member of three remarkable organizations — the American Dental Association (ADA), the Florida Dental Association (FDA) and your local dental association, which along the Atlantic Coast in Florida is the Atlantic Coast District Dental Association (ACDDA).

ACDDA members are a growing group of professionals who serve the Atlantic Coast area including the counties of: Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Palm Beach and Broward (North Broward). ACDDA is comprised of three affiliate (local) societies, each with their own executive boards and programs. Affiliate membership is included with ADA/FDA/ACDDA dues.

The Power of Three initiative underscores the mission of the ADA, the FDA and its component dental associations to help all members succeed by delivering programs, services and advocacy for members while working collaboratively to maximize value and service, regardless of where the experience occurs for a member.

News
Access the FDA's most current COVID-19 Response resources, including guidance, FAQs, practice resources and more. Visit floridadental.org

For additional news and resources regarding COVID-19, visit ada.org/virus.

Beyond the office: The storied history of dentistry

May 30, 2024
Dental museum offers programing, exhibits

Want to know a place where you can learn more about the past, present and future of dentistry?

Replete with an abundance of exhibits and artifacts, the Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry in Baltimore, Maryland, offers just that. The longtime Smithsonian affiliate boasts an object collection of more than 40,000 dental instruments, personal oral care items and artwork and has been recognized by Congress as the official museum of the dental profession. Read the full article.