WEST ALLIS, WIS., Nov. 8, 2012 – Two Wisconsin Dental Association member dentists were recently appointed to represent their Wisconsin and Michigan colleagues on American Dental Association councils, while another WDA member dentist is now chairing the group addressing national access to care issues.
Dr. L. Stanley Brysh brings his experiences as director of the general practice residency program at the Max W. Pohle Dental Clinic in Madison, clinical assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and chair of Meriter Hospital’s Department of Dentistry to the ADA Council on Dental Education and Licensure. Brysh resides in Middleton and represents the Southwest Region on the WDA Board of Trustees.
Dr. Tom Raimann, a New Berlin resident with a general dental practice in Hales Corners, has joined the ADA Council on Ethics, Bylaws and Judicial Affairs. Raimann is a WDA trustee for the Greater Milwaukee Region.
The two new ADA council representatives will serve for four years through the 2016 ADA House of Delegates to be held Oct. 20 – 25 in Denver.
Wauwatosa resident and Milwaukee general dentist Dr. Monica Hebl is the new chair of the ADA Council on Access, Prevention and Interprofessional Relations. She will serve in this post through the 2013 ADA House of Delegates which is scheduled for Oct. 31 – Nov. 5 in New Orleans. Hebl is a WDA past-president.
All council members must be active, life or retired members in good standing of the ADA.
There are 11 ADA councils and most are composed of one member from each of the 17 trustee districts. The WDA and Michigan Dental Association makeup the ADA’s 9th District