FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Jan. 12, 2021 – The Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation has announced its Board of Directors for 2021, introducing five new members. Continue Reading Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation elects new board of directors
WDA stands ready to connect more hospitals with dental teams for COVID-19 vaccination; applauds state health systems for vaccine response
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – West Allis, Jan. 7 2021 – The Wisconsin Dental Association today released the following statement from WDA President Dr. Paula Crum, a Green Bay periodontist: Continue Reading WDA stands ready to connect more hospitals with dental teams for COVID-19 vaccination; applauds state health systems for vaccine response
WEST ALLIS, Wis. – Holiday feasting and fun not only does a number on your waistline, but it can also take a toll on your teeth. This holiday season, get in the giving spirit and give your oral health the attention it deserves. Continue Reading PROTECT YOUR HOLIDAY SMILE: 5 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR MOUTH HEALTHY
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WEST ALLIS, WIS. – Dr. Paula Crum, a resident of Green Bay, was sworn in as president of the 3,100-member Wisconsin Dental Association at the organization’s 150th House of Delegates, which was held virtually Nov. 13 and 14. Dr. Crum is a periodontist at Green Bay Periodontics & Implant Dentistry, where she practices with her son, Dr. Phillip Crum. She has served the Green Bay area for over 30 years. Continue Reading State dental association swears in Green Bay periodontist Dr. Paula Crum as 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. Continue Reading Dr. Paula Crum elected WDA president
WEST ALLIS, Wis. – The American Dental Association reports that fear of the dentist is one of the top reasons Americans skip routine oral health appointments, especially in this era of COVID-19. But Wisconsin’s dentists warn that the true threat to your health can come from putting off routine cleanings and dental exams. Continue Reading OVERCOMING DENTAL ANXIETY DURING A PANDEMIC: 5 STRESS-REDUCING TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT APPOINTMENT
NEARLY $430,000 IN ORAL TREATMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR ELDERLY, DISABLED ADULTS MADE POSSIBLE BY WISCONSIN DENTAL ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION’S DONATED DENTAL SERVICES
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, August 18, 2020 – Volunteer dentists participating in the Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation’s Donated Dental Services (DDS) program helped administer $429,522 in charitable dental care to 111 disabled, elderly, low-income and uninsured adults around the state between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020. During this period, dental laboratories in Wisconsin made an additional contribution of $21,934 in materials and services. Continue Reading NEARLY $430,000 IN ORAL TREATMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR ELDERLY, DISABLED ADULTS MADE POSSIBLE BY WISCONSIN DENTAL ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION’S DONATED DENTAL SERVICES
Register today for “Be the Leader People Want to Follow” presented in conjunction with ACT Dental on Feb. 16 at 12:30 p.m. Live event attendees earn 1 hour of non-clinical CE credit. Continue Reading Register for WDA BizTalks webinar
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 7, 2020 – The Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation today announced $45,000 in grants to charitable oral care programs that share its mission of improving the oral health and well-being of state residents. Continue Reading WDA Foundation provides nearly $45,000 in 2020 grants