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Welcome to the Ninth District Dental Association

The Ninth District Dental Society was formed in 1909 and renamed to the Ninth District Dental Association in 2002. We have a membership of over 1500 dentists in 5 counties: Westchester, Rockland, Dutchess, Orange and Putnam.

In its quest to serve both the public and the profession, the Ninth District embodies the highest ideals.

The mission of the 9th District Dental Association is to serve and support its members and the public by improving the oral health of our community through Advocacy, Continuing Education and Camaraderie.

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ADA HPI examines underrepresentation in dentistry

Work for improved oral health of every American

ADA HPI examines underrepresentation in dentistry

A series of infographics issued by the ADA Health Policy Institute show shifting demographics in dentistry, with the proportion of Black dentists up slightly from 3.7% in 2005 to 3.8% in 2020, the proportion of Hispanic dentists up from 4.2% to 5.9%, and the proportion of white dentists down from 79.8% to 70.2%, ADA News reports. However, Black and Hispanic populations remain underrepresented in dentistry, according to the findings, and in the general population, Black and Hispanic Americans are most likely to face cost barriers to oral health care. The findings provide an opportunity to increase awareness and "work for improved oral health of every American through supporting oral health equity and reforms that ensure that anyone who wants a healthy mouth can achieve it, regardless of age, race, disability and income," said ADA Council on Advocacy for Access and Prevention Chair Jessica Meeske, D.D.S.

Full Story: ADA News (4/19)