Are you a dentist who was not a GDA member in 2013 who wants to join your Association? You FIRST need to first complete a membership application. Please click here to access a Membership Application in a PDF format or email a help request to GDA Director of Membership Pamela Yungk at yungk@gadental.org. If you were a member in 2013 and are here to renew, your membership, thank you and proceed below.


Full dues paying members

If you are a full dues paying member (not a dental faculty member, recent dental school graduate on a reduced dues structure, Life Member, retired member, etc), please click the link below to securely pay your mandatory dues (District, GDA, and ADA) and selected voluntary dues with a VISA or MasterCard. If you are unsure of your dues payment status, email a help request to GDA Director of Membership Pamela Yungk at yungk@gadental.org.

Click to Pay: Full Dues Paying Dentist Payment Form


Reduced Fee Faculty Payment Form

A dentist, who is employed FULL TIME as a faculty member at an accredited college or university in Georgia and who also holds a valid dental teaching license or dental license in the State of Georgia, shall pay 50 percent of annual dues of, active GDA members as decreed by the GDA House of Delegates. If you are faculty member who meets these requirements, please click the link below to securely pay your mandatory dues (District, GDA, and ADA) and selected voluntary dues with a VISA or MasterCard.

Click to Pay: Full Time Faculty Member Dues Payment Form


Please note that the GDA does not accept American Express for dues payments. Please also note that dues payments and contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes to the extent that payments are not made to 501(c)(3) organizations. U.S. taxpayers: Under tax law, only that portion of an association member’s dues not attributable to lobbying activities is deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. For 2014, 7.5% of ADA dues and 5% of GDA dues are allocable to lobbying activities and, therefore, nondeductible as a business expense.