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A range of resources to help you manage your career, team and practice and deliver the best care for your patients.
Acquire important knowledge on the DBA’s dental record-keeping requirements.
The Clinical Update online quiz is a free member service. Complete the quiz successfully and earn one scientific CPD hour.
The ADAVB advocates for equitable employment conditions for public sector dentists, including through enterprise bargaining agreements.
Victorian public sector dentists are paid on average 20-30% less than their counterparts interstate. The Victorian Government is yet to make a formal offer to improve the pay and conditions of Australia’s lowest paid public sector dentists.
The ADA believes that people with extras cover should all receive the same dental rebates regardless which dentist they see.
Long waiting times for dental care mean existing dental problems worsen. View our map with waiting times to access public dental care across Victoria as at June 2022 by Victorian state electorates.
Keep your teeth happy with your local Australian Dental Association dentist.
Victorian dental practices are a permitted workplace.
Explore a range of oral health topics with our fact sheets.
03 November 2022
ADAVB welcomes announcement from Liberal Party to invest additional funding, if elected, to support the ailing public dental system and prioritise the oral health of Victorians.
04 October 2022
The focus is on encouraging behavioural change around toothbrushing.
03 August 2022
COVID-19 pandemic still impacting dental health with worst delays in public dental care seen this decade.
02 August 2022
This year's Dental Health Week is up and running, with the theme ‘Love your teeth’.
28 April 2022
Join our Stop the Rot campaign to call on political parties and candidates in this federal election to prioritise dental care for older Australians living in residential aged care.
30 March 2022
The ADAVB is disappointed that the Federal Budget has again failed to deliver any additional new measures to address dental health.
24 February 2022
Join our EBA negotiations webinars for public sector dentists, specialists and specialists in training
02 February 2022
Waiting times for public dental care in Victoria have ballooned over the past six months as the impact of restrictions on access to basic dental care and a chronic lack of funding continue.
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