New Dentists

Why Should You Become a Member of the Florida Dental Association (FDA)? One member describes how — in one day— the FDA’s benefits pay off in “A Day in the Life of a Dentist.”

Horizon: A New Dentist’s Guide to a
Successful Practice

FDA_Horizon2015_cover-250px wideThe Florida Dental Association (FDA) Council on the New Dentist publishes  Horizon: Resource Guide for the Florida Dentist. It’s designed to help practitioners who graduated from dental school in the last 10 years or are new to Florida.

It’s designed to help practitioners who graduated from dental school in the last 10 years or are new to Florida.

The Council on the New Dentist is composed of FDA members who can help new dentists as they begin their careers in Florida. Council members represent each of the FDA’s six component dental associations. Consultants include representatives from the American Student Dental Association and the American Dental Association (ADA) Committee on the New Dentist.

Organized dentistry is founded on a tripartite membership structure. In Florida, this tripartite system consists of the ADA, the FDA and six regional dental societies. Organized dentistry at all levels encourages and perpetuates improved oral health for the public. It also promotes the art and science of dentistry.

For more information, contact the FDA’s Member Relations Department at 800.877.9922 or membership@floridadental.org.

Classifieds

Did you know that the Florida Dental Association (FDA) has a classified website where you can search for and place ads — including available jobs? Make sure to check it out, your new position is waiting for you!