Friday, January 26, 2018
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
1000 East Beltline NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Please mark your calendar and make plans now to attend the WMDDS Legislative Breakfast. This is an important opportunity for WMDDS dentists and local legislators to meet and express views and concerns on the issues that affect dentistry. Please make every effort to attend. To reserve your place, please complete and return the attached form by January 17, 2018.
ATTENTION ALL DENTAL HYGIENISTS
Grand Shores Dental Hygiene Component
September 21 – 7–9pm
Come out for a fun evening at Perrin Brewery! You will have the opportunity to meet your board members, mingle with other hygienists in the area, and learn about our upcoming CE’s and events for this year. There will also be some great appetizers!
ATTN: The dental office that has the most hygienists attend, will receive a PRIZE (including a $30 Perrin gift card).
SPREAD THE WORD!!
Please RSVP to Carole Hurst @ 616-304-8030 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
President – Dr. Kathleen Eisin (616.656.0100)
Vice President – Dr. Chris Leja (616.940.2854)
Secretary – Dr. Veronica Hamilton (616.608.6826)
Treasurer – Dr. Sarah Masterson (616.249.3500)
All meetings at Watermark Country Club
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm Social Hour, 6:30 pm Dinner and Lecture
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 – Digital Marketing for the Dental Practice.
Speaker – Jenny Armistead, MDA Director of Marketing and Communications.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 – Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning: A Design for Optimum Restorative Success.
Speaker – Dr. Kathleen Eisin, DDS, MS Periodontics
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 – Resource Liability Traps: Reducing Risk
BENEFITING: MICHIGAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION
Michigan Dental Association Foundation and Michigan Dental Association present the 2016 Mission of Mercy – June 10 – 11, 2016!
Please Help us serve Michigan’s most vulnerable with much needed dental care. The 2016 Michigan Mission of Mercy (MOM) program provides free dental care during a two-day timeframe to patients who otherwise do not have the means or access to care. A 100-chair dental clinic set up in Macomb Community College Sports and Expo Center with thousands of volunteers providing free services to patients on a
What do you get when you combine the Grand Rapids Dental Hygienists’ Society with the Lakeshore Dental Hygienists’ Association? The Grand Shores Dental Hygienists’ Association (GSDHA).
This newly formed association covers the counties of Kent, Lake, Mason, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana and Ottawa, with a current membership of 110 members.
In 2015, the Michigan Dental Hygienists’ Associations Board of Trustees redistricted the components in our state, from “18” components to “9” in an effort to be more efficient, effective and relevant. We have made new friends in our profession and increased our boundaries,
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Area Agency on Aging of West Michigan Senior Dental Day
Friday March 18, 2016
Grand Rapids Community College Dental Clinic
8am – 3:30pm
Senior Dental Day provides a no-cost exam, cleaning, and radiographs to low income seniors in Kent County. Why Seniors? Seniors are a vulnerable population, having issues with access, transportation, and affordability; poor oral health contributes to poor physical health.
Need volunteer dentists to perform exams for the patients
Need volunteer hygienists to perform cleanings and radiographs
Volunteers can work all day or half day
Coffee, snacks, and lunch provided
To volunteer, please contact Dr. Colette
Halloween is a great time for parents to remind their children about good oral hygiene and healthy choices. Some candy is better than others when it comes to your teeth. Sticky, high-sugar candies like gummy candy are not good choices because they stick to the teeth. Better choices are animal crackers, pretzels, and dark chocolate. When in doubt, moderation in key. Parents should hold on to their child’s Halloween candy and give it out as treats.
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