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Ninth District Headquarters Office - Hawthorne, NY

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2023 Ninth District President

Dr. Daniel Doyle

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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.


New Ninth District Lgo


New Dentist

Ice Cream Social

Wednesday, September 27th

6:00-8:00pm

We will have the Ice Cream Emergency truck!

https://www.icecreamemergency.com/

FREE event with wonderful gourmet ice cream and toppings! Come mingle and meet other 9th District New Dentists and visit your 9th Headquarters!

Make friends and business colleagues!

Please spread the word to other new dentists.

CO-SPONSORED BY

Bank of America Practice Solutions
Kettenbach LP
MLMIC Insurance Company

To Register please call HQ 914-747-1199.


Latest News Around the Tripartite

Buffalo to resume optimal fluoridation in 2023

The city will again start adding fluoride to its water this year.

The Buffalo Water Board stopped adding fluoride to its water system in 2015 as it studied the potential impact a new fluoride system could have on lead water pipes in the city, a decision experts say could have dental health implications, The Buffalo News in New York state reported. The city is starting to see the effects of the decision, which resulted in water fluoride levels that are lower than recommended by public health professionals. Study data did not indicate the fluoride system would cause problems with the pipes, and the city will again start adding fluoride to its water this year.

Full Story: The Buffalo News (N.Y.) (tiered subscription model) (1/17)

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