Welcome to the New York County Dental Society
Founded in 1860, the New York County Dental Society is one of the largest groups of dentists in the United States. With more than 2,000 members practicing in Manhattan, NYCDS members have made a special commitment to uphold its ethical code and practice standards, as well as those of New York State and the American Dental Association. It is an invaluable advocacy and education resource that protects its members and the public.
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Discover how to protect yourself from risk by listening to actual malpractice cases, and learning what could have been done differently to mitigate the risk. The course will also cover laws governing dental practice policies (i.e., HIPAA) and best practices to prevent and protect against lawsuits.
Under the section titled “Hygiene, Cleaning and Disinfection,” the following guidance has been removed.
Expand your understanding of Ethics, mentorship, leadership and orofacial pain. All dentists are welcome to attend.
How to Motivate Your Staff to Get Vaccinated
This highly informative recording of the How to Motivate Your Staff to Get Vaccinated program tackles important points
around COVID-19 vaccine safety and efficacy, dispels common misconceptions about the vaccine, and offers practical
guidance to help increase vaccination acceptance among dental team members. This program is worth watching if you have dental personnel that are still reluctant to get the vaccine. You may even consider watching the program with your team.
Call to Leadership!
Click Leadership Application 2022 if you are interested in applying for a position on the Executive Committee or Board of Directors.
ELECTIVE OFFICE: Only Active Members, Life Members, and Retired Members, in good standing, who have completed three years on the Board of Directors, or have served as the Chair of a Committee for a minimum of four years, are eligible to hold the position of an elective office (President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer).
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Only members who have served on a Committee for two years or more, or who have served as an Alternate to the Board of Directors, are eligible to serve on the Board of Directors as a Director at Large.