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Dr Ken Versman - Newly Elected ADA 2nd Vice President

October 13, 2011

Just announced on Thursday, Oct. 13, Dr. Ken Versman is the new American Dental Association 2nd Vice President.  Dr. Versman was elected at the ADA House of Delegates meeting in Las Vegas, NV in conjunction with the ADA Annual Session.

Dr Ken Versman Announces Candidacy for ADA 2nd Vice President

September 30, 2011

CDA past president and Aurora periodontist, Dr. Ken Versman, recently announced his candidacy for American Dental Association 2nd vice president.  Dr. Versman is currently the ADA’s 14th District Trustee and a true asset to organized dentistry.  As a longtime member of the ADA, CDA and MDDS, he is without a doubt passionate about the dental profession and its governance at the national level.  The election for ADA 2nd vice president will take place at the ADA Annual Session in Las Vegas the second week of October 2011. 

Volunteer Dentists and Dental Professionals Needed!

September 8, 2011

A Great Way to Oral Health is... To Brush 
The 2011 COMOM will be in northeastern Colorado at Brush High School on Oct. 21-22 (clinic set-up is Oct. 20 and clinic tear-down is Oct. 23).  Registration is now open and is an online process.  CLICK HERE to register.

IRS Law Requires Credit Card Reporting

September 8, 2011

A new mandatory Internal Revenue Service law, effective January 2012, requires that all credit card payment activity be reported to the IRS.  Failure to comply with these new rules could result in a 28% reduction of your revenue that is paid by credit card. 

Help a Colleague! Practice Monitor Training: Sept. 16

September 8, 2011

If you have at least five years of experience in the practice of dentistry and are interested in sharing your expertise with a colleague, you could be a practice monitor. As a practice monitor, you can help dentists who have experienced a health-related or substandard care issue requiring their dental practice be monitored. 

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