Canadian Dental Association

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Ca·na·di·an Den·tal As·so·ci·a·tion

(CDA) (kă-nādē-ăn dentăl ă-sōsē-āshŭn)
Professional organization of dentists in Canada whose mission is to promote the public's oral health and the science of dentistry.
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All current volumes of the Journal of the Canadian Dental Association (1935-2008) were searched for pertinent issues (e.
A random sample of 383 dental hygienists from the Canadian Dental Association indicated correspondence format, online/Internet format, and evening and weekend classes in their home communities as the preferred educational venues for baccalaureate degree completion.
Limeback is the Head of Preventative Dentistry at the University of Toronto and, for the previous 12 years, he was a leading proponent of fluoridation for the Canadian Dental Association.
The Canadian Dental Association (CDA) insists that there is no scientific evidence linking medical illness symptoms to mercury fillings, except relatively rare allergic sensitivity to mercury.
The appendix references the American Dental Association (ADA), Canadian Dental Association (CDA), American Academy of Periodontology (AAP), and gives a listing of institutions with post-graduate programs in periodontics; but it does not list the American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA).
We have provided consultative services to the American Dental Association in its development of basic training materials for dental assistants being trained on-the-job and we continue as equal participants with them in Dental Assistants Recognition Week each year along with the Canadian Dental Assistants Association and the Canadian Dental Association.
DARW themes are chosen by joint action of the sponsors of the event: the American Dental Association, the American Dental Assistants Association, The Canadian Dental Assistants' Association and the Canadian Dental Association.

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