Do you like challenging yourself? Do you have a passion for learning? Did you know that the ADAA offers a Fellowship and Mastership program for those of us that want to take it to the next level? To begin, you must first be an active member in the ADAA to become eligible. Sorry, students are not […]
Are you making your patients feel honored to be a part of your dental family or an existing customer of the cable company? New patients are the life blood of most dental offices, and we spend valuable resources attracting them. But what about patients that have already been in to see how amazing your office […]
Many of us learn infection control on the job from fellow team mates. But, how do you know if your team is following CDC guidelines? Let’s listen to some sound advice from our friend Kevin Henry with IgniteDA www.igniteda.com
Look at us growing our profession. Check out this article from DentalPost.
ILDAA’s very own Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, MADAA shares the “down and dirty” of glutaraldehyde in a recent copy of Dentistry IQ
How well is your favorite mask protecting you from the millions of bacteria that are a part of every dental assistants day? With so many options available, how do you determine what choices are right for you? In the October 2014 edition of the The Dental Advisor, Dr John Molinari, Ph.D., and Peri Nelson, B.S., talk about masks […]
Your Illinois Dental Assistants Association- ILDAA team hard at work supporting Mission of Mercy– (MOM), in Springfield Illinois. Sharing their skill, passion and dedication to supporting our community. #givingback #lovewhatwedo #DAsDoALL #ILDAA
Dental assistants, did you know that as of January 2016 DANB certified dental assistants must complete 2 hours of Infection Control courses each year? Be sure to watch for Infection Control courses being offered through our association, the ADAA and the Illinois State Dental Society throughout the year