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Welcome to the dental profession in South Dakota!

We would like to invite you to become a member of the American Dental Association, South Dakota Dental Association (SDDA) and the component society in your new area.

The ADA, along with the SDDA, has a gradual dues rate for newly graduated dental students. The first and second years out of dental school, dues are waived. The third year out of school, dues are 25% of the full rate; fourth year out, dues are 50%; and fifth year out, dues are 75%. Full dues apply after five years out of dental school.

As a member of organized dentistry in South Dakota, you will be kept informed of what's happening in your profession and how it may affect you and your practice. Please complete the membership application below and return it to SDDA, PO Box 1194, Pierre SD 57501 or fax it to 605-224-9168.

For a South Dakota Dental Association membership application, Click here.

For additional new dentist information go to the ADA's site at New Dentist Information.

 

SDDA News

Annual Session  

 

The pre-registration deadline for the SDDA Annual Session is Friday, May 8, 2015. Annual Session will be held May 14-16, 2015 in Sioux Falls. Hotel rooms are going fast.  In addition to the headquarters hotel (Sheraton) there are rooms available at the Ramada Inn. Phone numbers for reservations are: the Sheraton - 605-331-0100; the Ramada - 605-336-1020. Ask for the SDDA rate.

Hard copies of the registration were included with the Spring Newsletter and have been sent to all dental offices. To print a copy of the registration form click here. Pre-registration is also available on-line at http://www.sddental.org/asce_annualsession_registration.htm

All SDDA members are encouraged to attend the SDDA House of Delegates meetings on Thursday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, May 16 at 3:30 p.m. at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. Attendees on Thursday will hear from Dr. Maxine Feinberg, President of the American Dental Association.

 


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