General Dentists Wonder if ADA Represents Them (video)

ADA: general dentists feel it's dominated by dental specialistsWe asked dentists if the American Dental Association (ADA) is dominated by specialists who are trying to promote their own agendas and not necessarily the welfare of the general dentist.

Nearly two-thirds of respondents said, “Yes! Specialists and their associations are using the ADA so they can make more money – at the expense of general dentists, of course.”

A number of general dentists are still upset with the ADA over the organization’s stance on sedation dentistry.

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  • Brian Dyess

    I’m disappointed in the general dental response and suggests their only concern is money. To date the only restriction the ADA is interested in is increased education. To see that as “terrorism” and not a chance to improve pt. safety is concerning to specialists, and I’m sure pts. alike. BND specialist.

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