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.
Important Coronavirus Updates for Dentists
NYC Loans/ Grants
New York State Employment Law
Governor Cuomo's Executive Order & Emergency Services
What constitutes a dental emergency?
Consent forms you can use for dental emergencies during the COVID-19 crisis:
Emergency Treatment Employee Consent Form
Emergency Treatment Patient Release Form
PPE -- Donate or Volunteer
Relicensing and Self-Study
- If you are due to relicense between March 1–June 1, 2020, the NYS Education Department will allow you to complete up to 100% of your continuing education as self-study, so long as it is taken from a Department-approved provider and is an acceptable subject area for dentistry.
Other useful resources:
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At a time when so many of us are confined to home and worried about whether we are being active enough, the study is especially inspiring in that the added steps do not have to come from running or other vigorous exercise.
Mandelbaum Salsburg partner Dennis Alessi is presenting a webinar for NYCDS members on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act and the Family First Coronavirus Response Act; and their impact on New York dentists, dental businesses and employees.
MLMIC wants you to know it is available to assist policyholders through this difficult time and provide you with timely information and resources.