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H1N1 for Dental Professionals

December 14, 2009

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its guidance on preventing the transmission of 2009 H1N1 influenza in dental healthcare settings. The guidance includes new recommendations on the use of an airborne infection isolation room, N95 respirators, and infection control measures for personnel with influenza-like illness. The new guidance is available at

Message from the State Board

December 14, 2009
By Maulid “Mo” Miskell, Program Director, Colorado State Board of Dental Examiners

It is has been an interesting and challenging three years that I have been on the job as program director for the Colorado State Board of Dental Examiners (Board). During this time, some important steps have been made in furthering the Board’s mission of consumer protection while at the same time working to ensure that licensed professionals are provided with a competitive and fair marketplace to practice their profession. Important steps have been made since this past legislative session in the implementation of two bills that impact dentists and dental hygienists, in addition to amending the dental anesthesia rules.

Renew Dues Online

November 20, 2009

With the CDA’s new Website, you have more capabilities than before to efficiently pay your dues and update your personal information with the CDA. Through the renewal function, members are taken through a 3-step process to update their Find a Dentist listing, verify their member profile information and pay their dues electronically.

Tech Tip Magnify Your Screen

November 20, 2009

Ever wish you had a special magnifying glass for your computer monitor?
These simple key strokes will magnify your Web screen to your reading comfort level.

For PC Users: Hold down your Ctrl key and use the + or – symbols on your keyboard.
For Mac Users: Hold down the Command or Apple key and use the + or – symbols on your keyboard.

Dental Trick or Treating

November 20, 2009

For the third year, Dr. Lisa Fox, Dr. James Norwood and Dr. Patrick Wilson of Colorado Kids Pediatric Dentistry implemented their Halloween candy buy-back program at the office. Far surpassing any of their previous efforts, this year drew in 1,040 pounds of candy – that’s over a half ton of candy, or the equivalent weight of a cow or baby elephant.

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