The full-day seminar on Friday March 6th, brings world-class medical and dental authorities to the Tri-Cities to present a quality day of continuing education. There is limited seating and we highly encourage early registration. Please note that we have kept the registration costs low again this year to encourage participation.
The ADA filed regulatory comments with the Environmental Protection Agency Feb. 20 "as a continued evidence of the ADA's good faith and its commitment to a reasonable and effective amalgam separator standard." The EPA published a proposed rule Oct. 22, 2014, that would require amalgam separators in some dental settings.
Last week, the Dental Quality Assurance Commission (DQAC) announced a proposed change to WAC 246-817-310 in addition to the creation of WAC 246-817-305 and -315. The new rules would set requirements for dental treatment records content, retention, and accessibility.
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The Small Business Administration (SBA) recently responded to an ADA request that the agency approach the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) about problems associated with a new rule that requires dentists to either enroll in the program or officially opt out before they can prescribe medicine to Medicare patients.
What you need to know about social media reviews
Patients talk! And their chatter is online. Dental and orthodontic offices are often surprised when they find a review from a patient on websites including Yelp, Google+ Local, and Healthgrades.
On October 23-26 (this Thursday - Sunday) people in need of medical/dental/vision care can get no-cost treatment at the Seattle/King County Clinic with Remote Area Medical at the Key Arena at Seattle Center.
Do you have an exciting topic that you would like to share with the Washington dental community? The Emerald City Lecture Series is a great platform which has evolved into an extremely popular and competitive program highly anticipated by PNDC attendees.
We are pleased to announce Dr. Kim Kutsch, the CEO of Oral BioTech, will be speaking at the 2015 Pacific Northwest Dental Conference. On Friday, June 12, he will present two lectures: “Implementing CAMBRA Made Simple” and “Dental Caries Therapeutic Strategies Revisited”. These two lectures promise to be exciting and informative, and are essential for your dental team.