2020 is here!

Kick off the new year by renewing your membership. Stay connected and continue to take advantage of all the benefits offered each year.



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Beyond the Mouth Podcast

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Welcome to the New York County Dental Society

Founded in 1860, the New York County Dental Society represents one of the largest groups of dentists in the United States. With more than 2,000 members practicing in Manhattan, New York County Dental Society 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.

We encourage you to explore this site and take advantage of the information, activities, and services the New York County Dental Society offers its members and the general public. 

GKAS NYC 2020 Was a Big Success!

dental student at Give Kids A Smile

On February 7, 2020 NYCDS volunteers
provided screenings, fluoride treatment, and
oral hygiene education to over 1,600 children in​
East Harlem and access to follow-up care. 

Read more about Give Kids A Smile NYC 2020

Amalgam Separator Filing Requirement 

  • ALL applicable dental practices are required to submit the new reporting form –even if you installed an amalgam separator prior to June 2018 and submitted the previous form-- as there are NEW compliance requirements
  • If you haven’t filed the “new” form do so NOW using the links below, regardless of when your amalgam separator was installed and keep a copy of the completed form.
    Keep a record of the maintenance performed on your amalgam separator.
  • Random Inspections by NYC DEP Taking Place

    Compliance Report for Dental Office Amalgam Separator Installation
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Changes to Article 175

Article 175 was re-enacted recently and the New York City Department of Health (DOH) provided NYCDS with a "fact sheet" which describes some, but not all, of the regulatory changes that affect dental X-ray registrants. Article 175 Dental Xray fact sheet_Fina

​January Installation of Officers 2020

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