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Endodontics course at HQ

Join your colleagues at NJDA HQ on Friday, June 24 from 9-5pm for Anatomically Driven Endodontics, presented by Dr. Martin Trope.

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Come to NJDA HQ

We want to see you this June for our live clinical in-person programs! Come get hands-on application on a variety of topics.

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CE Programs for Dental Team Members

As a member dentist, you give your staff access to discounted CE programs to help fulfill their licensure requirements.

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Help Strengthen the Voice of Dentistry

NJDPAC does not support a political party.
It supports a profession -- your profession.

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Helping Members Succeed

The New Jersey Dental Association is the voice of the dental profession and a strong proponent of oral health in the state. Members are part of a vibrant community of dentists encompassing 12 local dental societies as well as the American Dental Association. Members engage in educational programs, have access to dentist-centric relationships and tools to navigate the business of dentistry and their careers, as well as benefit from dedicated advocacy that protects the interests of the profession. The organization is run by member-dentists with the support of a team of professionals at NJDA Headquarters. NJDA members never practice alone!

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Take Action NOW...before it's too late!

This week, Committees in the U.S. House of Representatives are considering legislation to expand Medicare to include a dental benefit. As written, the draft proposal WILL impact your patients and your practice. Take action today before it's too late.
If you don't make your voice heard now, Congress will make this decision for you, your practice, and your patients!

Please write to your Representative to oppose the proposal currently before the House Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce committees.

This proposal would put dental care in Medicare Part B, which is physician focused and does not take into consideration the differences between physician offices and dental offices. Specifically, Part B would require significant administrative, technical and programmatic requirements that would not best serve older patients seeking access to oral health care. Additionally, Part B fee schedule would not adequately reimburse dentists.

The ADA has proposed an alternative approach to expand access to oral health care for seniors that adheres to the ADA's policy which was adopted at the House of Delegates in 2020.

Write your Congressional Representative and tell them that you oppose the current legislative proposal being considered by the House committees and urge them to consider alternative approaches that would not only reflect dentistry's unique delivery of care, but would actually provide oral health care to seniors who need it most.

Be your own advocate today and make your voice heard by taking action today.

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