Dentists Unhappy with the ADA (VIDEO)

In this Wealthy Dentist poll, we asked if the American Dental Association is a valid representative of the general American dentist. 48% of those polled said the ADA is an accurate representation of dentists.

On the other hand, the remaining 52% feel the ADA is just a tool for specialists to maintain the status quo.

Read more: American Dental Association Does Not Speak for Every Dentist


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+Julie Frey is the Editor of TheWealthyDentist.com blog. She has dedicated her career to Internet marketing and communications, working side-by-side with dental marketing guru Jim Du Molin since 2006. She has a degree in Linguistics from Stanford University, has a passion for language and writing, and lives in San Francisco.

  • Most beauocracies self perpeuate themselves. How could this not be susceptible to this organization also.. ADA caters too much to government to what they want we’re good boys if we comply. positive side, there is so much so many do and its unappreciated. We need a voice for us in this political legal climate. We should be wired by computer to give our leadership more and instanteous feedback . I am sure many things are done without enough knowledge of membership input. This could be easily resolved with our current use of technology available

  • Gerald Levin

    I left the ADA years ago due to its total disregard of national reciprocity which is favored by the vast majority of its members. Their total disregard of what is happening in MN is shameful. Their total lack of understanding of how important oral sedation is to the majority of our patients is amazing.

    Happy NOT to be a member of the ADA.

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