Are you a California dentist who wants to know more about the state’s leading professional dental association? Are you looking for information about good oral health? Either way, you’ve come to the right place. The California Dental Association is the largest statewide dental association in the country, and our nearly 25,000 members represent almost 72 percent of dentists practicing in the state. The CDA organization is comprised of CDA, the CDA Foundation, The Dentists Insurance Company, and TDIC Insurance Solutions.
Founded in 1869, the Alabama Dental Association is a membership organization of over 1,800 Alabama dentists and part of a tripartite system with the American Dental Association and our nine component District Dental Societies. ALDA is the premier professional dental organization in the state representing Alabama dentists and their efforts to provide quality dental care to all Alabamians.
The Alaska Dental Society is a non-profit professional organization open to Alaskan dentists and others in the oral health professions who are committed to the mission of the Alaska Dental Society.\r\n\r\nIt is a constituent of the American Dental Association and is comprised of seven component societies representing the geographical diversity of the nation\'s geographically largest state. Membership is open to dentists, all dental staff members and auxiliary support personnel.
AzDA (Arizona Dental Association) is a Non-Profit organization designed in helping dentists to best serve their customers. The AzDA is the State level of the ADA (American Dental Association) which represents 3 out of every 4 dentists.
Founded in 1887, the Arkansas State Dental Association is a non-profit membership organization of Arkansas dentists and part of a tripartite system with the American Dental Association and our five component District Dental Societies.
The Delaware State Dental Society has over 300 members to serve your oral health needs. The members uphold ethical and professional standards set forth by the American Dental Association. All members are required to attend 50 hours of continuing education requirements every two years. This helps assure that you will be treated with the most up to date scientific treatment modalities available.
The FDA’s vision for the future is that: Oral health will be considered by all to be an essential part of overall health. All individuals will have access to and proactively seek oral health care from qualified, ethical dental professionals. FDA members will be the best qualified and most ethical oral health care professionals in Florida. The FDA will be seen as the primary, most-trusted and most-accessed resource for information and education about oral health care and its delivery in the state of Florida. Freedom of practice will remain an integral element of the evolving oral health care delivery environment.