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Majority Vote Yes in Massachusetts

One-hundred percent of the cities and towns in Massachusetts had a majority of their voters cast a "Yes" vote on Question 2. This landslide victory opens the door for dental insurance reform across the country.

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Plan Your Yankee Experience

The Yankee Dental Congress is more than just an opportunity for continued education. It is a way to network, discover, and celebrate dentistry. Register before December 20 and take full advantage of Yankee's discount pricing.

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Save on Dental Supplies

The Massachusetts Dental Society's (MDS) exclusive partnership with PureLife offers MDS members access to even more benefits, including group pricing of up to 40% off all dental supplies and complimentary shipping. 

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October 31, 2022 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is issuing this Health Alert Network (HAN) Health Advisory to emphasize the importance of following existing recommendations for maintaining and monitoring dental waterlines. Multiple outbreaks of nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) infections have occurred in children who received pulpotomies in pediatric dental clinics where the dental treatment contained high levels of bacteria. Read the alert.

The Massachusetts Board of Dentistry requires all dentists, dental hygienists and dental assistants to practice in compliance with the CDC Guidelines for Infection Control in the Dental Healthcare Setting (2003). 

Yankee Dental Congress offers an array of infection control classes to choose from to be in compliance the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry requirements. Register for Yankee and select the Infection Control course from the list below that is right for you—don't delay.
 
138TL - Are You In Compliance? How to Achieve Success with Infection Control and OSHA
425RL - Infection Prevention Strategies for Dental Health Care Personnel
628SL - Keeping You and Your Patients Safe: An Update on Infection Control

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