At two recent events, WSDA member dentists, their staff and other volunteers rallied to deliver oral health care to adults who normally would have limited or no access. Since the loss of adult dental Medicaid two years ago, adults have had to go without all but emergent care in the state, leaving area dentists to do all they can to fill in the gaps
Now is your last chance to register before conference badges increase! If you have already registered, make sure your entire office takes advantage of this opportunity. You can still receive the best quality continuing dental education for one low price: 16.5 CE credits for $200! And dental staff can earn 14 CE credits for only $130! Register here now to save.
In a recent address to attendees at the National Oral Health Conference held in Huntsville, Alabama, U.S. Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin, MD, MBA, said "As Surgeon General I have been working hard to encourage individuals and communities to make healthy choices because I believe it is better to prevent illness and disease rather than treat it after it occurs
The Washington Oral Health Foundation is truly powered by volunteers, and we support dental professionals year 'round in their efforts to give back. Last week was National Volunteer Week, and WOHF highlighted some exceptional volunteers who work with the Foundation’s core programs. These are examples of volunteer opportunities that WOHF always has available, and if you are interested in volunteering with the Foundation, feel free to contact Tom Tidyman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to all of our fantastic volunteers around the state who help improve and enhance oral health for all Washingtonians.