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2015 Annual Meeting Set for May 14-15 in Meredith | Print |  E-mail

The New Hampshire Dental Society Annual Meeting 2015 will be held at the Inn at Church Landing in Meredith, NH May 14-15, 2015. This year’s two day meeting will be packed with great continuing education programs, fun social events and the annual NHDS business meeting.  Speakers include Dr. Hal Crossley, Marko Vujicic, PhD., Shannon Pace Brinker and others. Please download the brochure.

Click here to register for the meeting.

 
Dental Staff Job Postings | Print |  E-mail

.Dental Staff Job Postings

NHTI Allied Dental Education Department appreciates your interest in employing graduates of our Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting Programs.  The college recently announced a new online job posting process for our potential employers.  Go to www.nhti.edu .  Click on “Community and Visitors” and then on “Post a Job or Internship”.  The site has a link that will  take employers directly to the  College Central Network job search site for registering and posting.

 

                Please see a copy of the College Central Network job search site for additional information.

 

 
Winter Granite State Dentist Now Available | Print |  E-mail

The Winter 2014/2015 Granite State Dentist is now available for download.

Please click here to read the latest edition.

 
More to Smile About in 2014: Report Charts Improvements in NH’s Oral Health Care Landscape | Print |  E-mail

New Hampshire has taken some significant steps to improve oral health through prevention, improved access and additional workforce providers, according to a new report from the New Hampshire Dental Society (NHDS). 

The “More to Smile About 2014,” report recently released as an update to “Something to Smile About” from 2010 documents changes in oral health care in the state during the last four years. NHDS’ main goals included prevention education, removing barriers to access, supporting current public/partnerships and enhancing the oral health workforce.

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“We analyzed changes in oral health from 2010 until now, to see if our efforts have been successful,” said Jim Williamson, NHDS Executive Director. “Improvements have been made and new initiatives are underway. The Society is committed to working to find ways to get all New Hampshire residents the oral care they need.”

In 2013, New Hampshire was one of only five states to earn an “A” grade in a Pew Center on the States report regarding the use of sealants in preventive oral health care for children. New Hampshire currently has sealant programs in more than 75 percent of its high-risk schools. Another Pew study showed that as of 2013, only one percent of the state’s population is considered “underserved,” which is a decrease from 4.6 percent in 2011. In an additional study, 75 percent of New Hampshire adults 18 and over reported visiting a dentist in a one-year period.

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ADA and Ebola | Print |  E-mail

Ebola virus strain
 

ADA and Ebola
 
The ADA is monitoring the recent outbreaks of Ebola in the USA. The ADA has recently distributed an article to all ADA members containing guidance regarding this topic, and they are also keeping current articles on their website. To read the most up to date information on Ebola from the ADA, please click here.
 
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