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The Conference for all Dental Professionals
A Vermont outreach program
Welcome to the Vermont State Dental Society
VERMONT DENTAL CONFERENCE: September 19-20, 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
For registration questions call Delaney Meeting & Event Management at 802-865-5202, or email
Full Brochure Schedule at a Glance General Information
Reserve A Hotel Room
For more information see the Participants Page
Skills USA National Competition 2019
Vermont's own Center for Technology-Essex dental assisting student, Trinity Messier, won a silver medal in the dental assisting competition in Louisville, KY. Trinity is a junior from BFA high school in St. Albans and is studying at CT-E in their dental assisting program.
NOW AVAILABLE TO VSDS MEMBERS!
A new way to save money - The Dentists Supply Company (TDSC)
is a collective purchasing group that VSDS members can use to see immediate savings on dental supplies. There is no membership fee or contractual agreement and no minimum order size. This program will be open to our members in early June, but you can search products
now to see what is offered. You can also receive a Custom Invoice Comparison
to see estimated savings. This is an exciting new benefit for our members!
Lunch & Learn Sessions Available by Registering
VSDS Unites Dental, Medical, and Government Professionals on Opioid Education
On Monday, February 4th, the Vermont State Dental Society and the Vermont Dental Foundation hosted "Spotlight on Opioid Addiction" presented by Columbine High School shooting survivor, Austin Eubanks.
Vermont Health Department leaders spoke about statistics and resources within Vermont. This special event was very well attended by professionals across the state. Governor Phil Scott gave a powerful introduction for the event.
See news coverage links below.
Leahy Co-sponsors New Bill
Senator Patrick Leahy takes a leadership role and co-sponsors a bill in the US Senate that will improve marketplace competition for healthcare insurance, including dental insurance.
How the opioid epidemic affects dental health - and what dentists are doing to help
View this Burlington Free Press article involving Dr. Katera Hopkins at the UVM Dental Residency Clinic.