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Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society

The award-winning Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society is published quarterly and contains a variety of articles on treatment methods, clinical diagnosis, medical and dental research, and professional and business information of interest to dentists.

In 2014, the Massachusetts Dental Society celebrates its 150th anniversary. This commemorative issue of the Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society takes an in-depth look at the history of the MDS and how the Society has evolved over the past 150 years, from its genesis as a gathering point for dentists to the thriving business organization that offers a wide variety of benefits to its members.

The digital edition of the Winter 2014 Journal features an exclusive video introduction by MDS President Dr. Michael Wasserman and Journal Editor Dr. David Becker. Open the Winter 2014 digital Journal and click the video camera link on the front cover to watch.

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Winter 2014

 
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Word of Mouth

Published twice annually, Word of Mouth is a consumer publication created as an avenue to communicate important dental health information to the public. Articles in Word of Mouth come from dental health care professionals of the American Dental Society and the Massachusetts Dental Society, as well as other sources.


 

As a parent of young children, you may already be used to playing the role of taskmaster: “Eat your peas.” “Go to sleep.” As important as it is to make sure that your children get nutritious meals and plenty of sleep to help them grow into healthy adults, you also need to remember the importance of good oral health, and that includes brushing their teeth for two minutes twice a day. Although instilling this healthy habit in young children can often be a frustrating endeavor for parents, it is possible to show kids that brushing doesn’t have to be a chore. Here are some tips for bringing the fun to toothbrushing.

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  Winter-Spring 2014

 
Past Word of Mouth Issues
 

 

 

MDS Connection

Published six times annually, the MDS Connection is a great source to stay informed of state and federal legislative issues, actions taken by the Board of Trustees, and Council and Committee activities. Each issue contains valuable classified ad listings, announcements of new membership benefits, and special programs.

    March-April 2014 Cover     

March-April 2014

 
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MDS Access Update

Published quarterly from 2007-2009, the MDS Access Update newsletter featured updates on all things related to the access-to-care issue, including legislative matters, MDS Foundation activities, the MassHealth program, and MDS volunteer initiatives such as the MAC Van.

Access Update Fall 2009

Fall 2009

 
Past MDS Access Update Issues