Your membership gives you access to a comprehensive range of professional and lifestyle benefits.
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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.
From CPD and professional development to social events – view our calendar to find something to suit you.
The Clinical Update online quiz is a free member service. Complete the quiz successfully and earn one scientific CPD hour.
Acquire important knowledge on the DBA’s dental record-keeping requirements.
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 ADAVB advocates for equitable employment conditions for public sector dentists, including through enterprise bargaining agreements.
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.
02 October 2020
October is Health and Safety Month – a time to renew your commitment to health and safety in the workplace.
01 October 2019
October is National Safe Work Month – a time to remind us all about the importance of health and safety in the workplace.
Resources to help you manage safety and quality standards in your practice.
A clean dental practice is a safe dental practice. To prevent and control infection, learn what, how, when and why to clean.
Learn why workplace health and safety principles are important for the prevention of adverse effects on health and wellbeing.
Examine the acceptable principles of hand hygiene in dental practice.
Learn the importance of selection and sequence of putting on and taking off personal protective equipment.
The Dentists Wellbeing Ergonomics Programme is a free online resource for members.
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