The American Association of Women Dentists works in cooperation with the following organizations:

adaa

American Dental Assistants Association
(ADAA)
The American Dental Assistants Association is the oldest, largest group representing professional dental assistants. Its members include clinical personnel – those working chairside with the dentist – as well as those on the business side.

To learn more: www.dentalassistant.org/

ada

American Dental Association
(ADA)

Established in 1859, the ADA is the world’s largest and oldest national dental association representing more than 155,000 dentists worldwide.

To learn more: www.ada.org

agd

Academy of General Dentistry
(AGD)

The AGD’s Core Purpose is to advance the value and excellence of general dentistry. The AGD’s goal is to be the premiere, worldwide organization of choice for all members of the general dentistry community, working together to ensure optimal oral health

To learn more: www.agd.org

hda

Hispanic Dental Association
(HDA)

The Hispanic Dental Association is the only national organization of dental professionals dedicated to promoting and improving the oral health of the Hispanic community and providing advocacy for Hispanic oral health professionals across the United States. We work with a wide spectrum of individuals to improve education, foster research and communicate to Hispanic and non-Hispanic dental professionals and the community at large about oral health issues specific to the Hispanic community.

To learn more: www.hdassoc.org/

nda

National Dental Association
(NDA)

The mission of the National Dental Association is to represent the concerns of ethnic minorities in dentistry, to elevate the global oral health concerns of underserved communities, to enhance educational and financial opportunities, and public policy awareness, for its members, and to recruit underrepresented minorities into the profession through advocacy and mentorship.

To learn more: www.ndaonline.org/