Dental Society of Australia – The Dental Specialists Society
The Chairman of the ACCC, Professor Allan Fels has been a member of the Victorian Branch of the Dental Society since 1973 and enthusiastically took up the opportunity to discuss the expanded role and responsibilities of the ACCC less than one week before the implementation of the largest ever transformation of the Australian Dental Society What’s New! The Western Australia Branch site is now linked, joining NSW, Queensland and Victoria with an on-line presence. Link through the Member Services button from this page, and watch this space for more updates!
The next three Conferences of Dentists have been scheduled – click here for details.
The Dental Society’s Conference site is now on-line. Visit it for the latest information on this exciting event.
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Dental Society of Australia FAQs
What does the Australian Dental Association do?
The Australian Dental Association (ADA) is the professional body representing dentists across Australia. The ADA advocates for the oral health of the community and the profession of dentistry, and provides members with support, resources and advice.
Which dental treatment is best?
The best dental treatment depends on the individual‘s needs.
How often should I visit the dentist ADA?
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that patients visit the dentist every six months for a routine cleaning and examination.
How much do dental assistants make?
Dental assistants make an average of $16.18 per hour.
Can you work as a dental assistant without being certified?
There are some states that allow dental assistants to work without certification, but most states require certification.
What is a dental degree called?
The dental degree is called the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS).