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Tuesday
Feb052013

A GREAT "IDEA" — NEW CLINIC OPENS IN SPOKANE

The news media in Spokane heaped well-deserved praise on The Spokane District Dental Society Foundation’s IDEA (Inland Dental Expanded Access) Clinic — running stories about the sliding scale clinic that opened last week. A joint project between SDDSF and Yakima Valley Farmworker’s Clinic (YVFWC), the clinic was created to provide access for patients who often fall through the cracks — qualified patients including the uninsured, the working poor, and students working to better their lives — a situation only made more dire with the loss of adult dental Medicaid.

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Monday
Feb042013

LEGISLATURE INTRODUCES TWO NEW DENTAL-RELATED BILLS

Last week, the Legislature introduced House Bill 1534 and House Bill 1603, both relating to dental licensure.

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Friday
Feb012013

LET WOHF HELP YOU WITH GKAS EVENTS!

As part of Give Kids A Smile month in the state, the Washington Oral Health Foundation has been reaching out to members and offering assistance, materials, and hygiene kits free of charge.  WOHF Directors Ruth Abate and Tom Tidyman want members to know there’s still time to hold a successful GKAS event in February — and that the WOHF is committed to partnering with member dentists across the state to make it happen.  Abate says, “We received more than 1,000 hygiene kits from the ADA, and we’re eager to share them with members to distribute at their GKAS events.” Abate is coordinating and scheduling one office’s entire event, and is serving as the  liaison between parents and yet another practice. 

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Thursday
Jan312013

2013 PNDC ONLINE REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY!

Click on the image to register online and SAVE $25 today!

REGISTER ONLINE AND SAVE $25 · CLICK HERE

Online registration is fast, easy, and lets you see what workshops are available in real time — which makes organizing that perfect PNDC schedule a breeze. Plus, by registering online, you’ll save the $25 processing fee. 

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