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The ADA is reviewing a draft rule intended to reduce the amount of dental amalgam that dental offices release into wastewater systems published yesterday by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Association will comment on the rule once that review is completed.
Hotel reservations for the 2015 Annual Session at the French Lick Springs Resort or the West Baden Spring Hotel have been selling quickly.
The IndianaMOM Committee has set a lofty goal of charitable dental care for 2,000 patients
over the two days.
This week, the House of Representatives will vote on pro-growth legislation that would enable our elected officials in Congress to have greater control in preventing rules that needlessly hinder the way you run your dental practices.
A dentist recently reported to the IDA Central Office that he and a number of his colleagues in northeast Indiana have been contacted by an individual seeking pain medications.
On Aug. 22, 2014, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced that hydrocodone combination products (HCPs), which include opioids such as Vicodin, Lorcet, Lortab and Norco, will be reclassified as Schedule II substances and subject to tighter restrictions.
The American Dental Association (ADA) unreservedly endorses the fluoridation of community water supplies as safe, effective and necessary in preventing tooth decay. ADA has carefully monitored scientific research regarding safety and efficacy.
The American Dental Association (ADA) announces the release of CDT 2015. New books, training tools, and an app help dental professionals stay current on dental coding.
Dental clinic receives donated autoclave, now has x-ray processor to donate.
According to a new report published in Medical Care, some young adults are enjoying extended dental coverage under the health care policies of their parents, whose employers are voluntarily expanding dental coverage in conjunction with expanded medical coverage.