Pay Your 2015 GDA Dues Online

2014-10-31 05:55

If you are a full dues paying member (NOT a dental faculty member, recent graduate on a reduced dues structure, ADA Life Member, or retired member), please click this link to securely pay your 2015 GDA dues with a VISA or MasterCard. If you are unsure of your dues payment status, email a help request to Director of Membership Recruitment and Business Services Skip Jones at

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Halloween Candy Buy Back Program

2014-10-29 06:41

Several dentist offices across Georgia are sponsoring Halloween candy buy-back drives in November to collect unopened candy to send to U.S. troops overseas. Participants will receive cash or prizes for every pound of candy they donate. The candy will then be donated to troops serving overseas through Operation Gratitude. For more details or to find participating offices in Georgia visit

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ADA Issues Updated Guidance on Ebola

2014-10-16 07:53

The American Dental Association remains in contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) regarding Ebola and is dedicated to providing the most up to date information for dental professionals on this evolving issue. Please visit the Ebola information page for more details.

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DEA Reclassifying Certain Drugs as of Oct 6

2014-09-11 13:05

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency will begin re-classifying hydrocodone combination products such as Vicodin as Schedule II drugs instead of Schedule III effective Oct 6, 2014. Dentists with a Schedule III DEA registration who wish to keep prescribing these products must amend their registration to include Schedule II prescriptive authority. Visit and click the registration changes link. The DEA will permit hydrocodone combination products prescriptions issued before Oct 6 to be refilled until April 8, 2015, if the prescription authorizes refills.

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State Loan Repayment Program Seeks Applicants

2014-09-10 13:44

The Georgia Oral Health Workforce Advancement Loan Repayment Program is open to licensed dentists who are employed or seeking employment at approved sites. The program pays up to $25,000, for one year, towards pre-dental and dental education loan debt for new graduates or young practitioners. In return, applicants agree to practice full-time dentistry for a minimum of 12 months, in a Georgia DHPSAs or Georgia Division of Public Health dental program. Get all the details! Click here to read this PDF program flyer.

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