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Certified Examiners

Dentists often see the lasting impact and treat a patient’s injury as a result of a motor vehicle accident (MVA). Often, there can be a disagreement between a person seeking money damages for an injury because of a MVA (a claimant) and the party that they are suing, often an insurer, about whether the damage […]

Meet the New Alberta Dental Association (ADA)

As of June 1, 2022 the newly formed Alberta Dental Association (ADA) will perform the duties of a professional association. Members of the public are invited to visit their website. The College of Dental Surgeons of Alberta (CDSA), formerly the Alberta Dental Association and College (ADA&C), will continue to act as the regulatory body (or […]

Funding Resources for Patients

Dentists play an important role that goes beyond providing treatment. As service providers, dentists have the opportunity to educate and assist patients in accessing potential funding and support options. The ADA&C’s public website has a wide range of information for the public on these resources: Help for low-income Albertans: Highlights various social programs offered by […]

Alberta Dental Fee Guides

The Alberta Dental Fee can now be found through the Alberta Dental Association — https://www.albertadentalassociation.ca/alberta-dental-fee-guides

Becoming a Dentist

The CDSA requests that applicants scan and email application forms and supporting documents, including notarized or certified documents to Registration@cdsab.ca  For those documents that need to be provided directly from the source (i.e. Transcripts, Certificates of Standing and Letters of Good Standing) they can be received electronically, from the source, to Registration@cdsab.ca Note that the […]

Dental Fee Guide FAQs

Information about the Dental Fee can now be found through the Alberta Dental Association — albertadentalassociation.com

Facial Esthetic Therapies and Adjunctive Procedures

The document is the Standard of Practice, and the Guide for core competency profile and educational requirements for the administration by dentists of Schedule 1 drugs such as neuromodulators (e.g. Botulinum toxin type A), dermal fillers, other agents (injected and/or topical), and adjunctive non-surgical and/or surgical therapies used to provide comprehensive therapeutic and esthetic oral and maxillofacial treatment […]