Dr. Paula Crum elected WDA president

Dr. Paula Crum elected WDA president

Dr. Paula Crum, a periodontist in Green Bay, was sworn in as president of the 3,100-member Wisconsin Dental Association at the organization’s 150th House of Delegates on Nov. 14 held virtually. Other 2020-2021 officers were elected.

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Refinance your student loan and get double discount through Dec. 31

Refinance your student loan and get double discount through Dec. 31

Wisconsin Dental Association and SoFi have teamed up to help you take down student debt—with student loan benefits, exclusively for WDA employees, family, and friends. WDA members MUST apply
through SoFi.com/WDA to receive a 0.25% rate discount when refinancing their student loans with SoFi.

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Renovating your dental office? Utilize WDA Equipment Solutions

Renovating your dental office? Utilize WDA Equipment Solutions

WDA member dentist Dr. Ellie Dowden (West Bend) renovated her office while on maternity leave. She recommends hiring the experts at WDA Equipment Solutions to make the process less stressful. Learn more about locally-owned WDA Equipment Solutions today!

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Support the WDA Foundation, shop via AmazonSmiles.com

Support the WDA Foundation, shop via AmazonSmiles.com

Use the WDA Foundation’s code 39-0965289 and Amazon will donate a portion of the sale. Help underserved Wisconsin residents today and set your AmazonSmiles to the WDA Foundation.

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Amalgam separator mandate for submitting One-Time Compliance Report due Oct. 12

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency created a new rule for Dental Offices, regulating amalgam wastewater discharges from those offices to municipal sanitary sewers. The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is implementing and enforcing this federal rule until a state administrative code is developed and in place. This new rule contains requirements regarding the installation, operation and maintenance of amalgam separators, use of specified best management practices and submittal of a One Time Compliance Report (OTCR) to the Department. The DNR sent this update to dentists in Wisconsin last week that also contained additional information about the rule and the One Time Compliance Report. Continue Reading Amalgam separator mandate for submitting One-Time Compliance Report due Oct. 12