Welcome to Summer!!

Central Office will be closed for vacations until September 3rd.


 

Volunteer hygienists are still needed: for the October 23-26, 2014 Seattle/King County Clinic with Remote Area Medical at Key Arena at Seattle Center.  All you need to do is share your expertise, skills and compassion.  Everything else will be provided.  Registration at  RAMvolunteers.org    This event will inclue FREE dental, vision and medical clinics to anyone.  For more information: Email: SKCClinic@seattle.gov or contact the WSDHA liaison to RAM: Vicki Munday at lvs2smile4u@gmail.com         Download Flyer Here

 


 

Students: extend your student membership in WSDHA (separate from ADHA) through your graduation datel NOW and SAVE!  Student membership rate will be increased the end of August.

 


 

Not a professional member of ADHA/WSDHA?  Still want to stay in touch with your profession and what impacts your future: Join NOW or go to adha.org or you can subscribe to the quarterly WSDHA Newsletter!  Subscribe here!

 


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SAVE THESE DATES!

September 19, 2014: 4 CEU Class - Increase Dental Hygiene Production with Treatment Planning & Proper Code Selection, presented by Kathy Forbes, RDH, BS at Shoreline Conference Center

October 10, 2014: Pre HOD CE with Dr. Dhaliwal, MD, DDS (Oral Maxillofacial Surgery) "Facial Rejuvenation: Surgical & Nonsurgical Options"

October 11-12, 2014: WSDHA House of Delegates, Kitsap Convention Center in Bremerton

October 17, 2014: Bellingham CE (6 CEU) What is it? How do I use it?: Today’s dental products and treatment options with Tricia Osuna, RDH, BSDH, FAADH

November 14, 2014: Joint UW/WSDHA CE: Oral Cancer Symposium: (7 CEU)

"Affecting the Quality of Life of Your Patients Fighting Oral Cancer" presented by Eric Statler

"Oral Epithelial Benign and Malignant Lesions: Emphasis on Early Detection" presented by Dolphine Oda, BDS, MS