Dallas County Dental Assistants' Society Launches New Website


November 6, 2014 Dallas, TX — Dallas County Dental Assistants’ Society has launched a new website, www.26d.1ef.myftpupload.com, devoted to the profession of dental assistants.

The new website provides information about the times and location of general meetings as well information about contacts, officers, and continuing education opportunities.

“The organization [DCDAS] is instrumental in establishing and maintaining state credentials for dental assisting and this website helps get that information out there,” said Ronda Lane, DCDAS President.

The website also features a form that prospective members can fill out to receive membership information. Additionally, there is an easily accessible sign-up form to receive the society newsletter. Special thanks to our corporate sponsor, Authentic Web Solutions (www.authenticwebsolutions.com), for providing the website.

dcdaslogoMission Statement

The Dallas County Dental Assistants’ Society is a chapter of the American Dental Assistants’ Association and was founded in 1937. Our primary goal is to share in the responsibility for quality dental health care delivery to all; to advance the practice of dental assisting toward the highest standard of performance obtainable by supporting and encouraging formal education and in providing quality continuing education; to support educationally based national and/or state credentialing for the dental assisting profession; and to communicate effectively with all members of health related professions.

Contact Information:

Dallas County Dental Assistants’ Society
Ronda V. Lane, BS, CDA, RDA, FADAA



2 comments on “Dallas County Dental Assistants' Society Launches New Website”

  1. Marissa Sanchez

    I wanted to know if their are any upcoming classes for certifications nitrous coronal polishing etc. Thanks!

    • Ronda Lane

      Hi Marissa!
      Only a CODA accredited dental assisting program can teach the coronal polishing course and only a CODA dental school, hygiene school or assisting school can teach the Nitrous Oxide course unless it is done through a professional association. Go to http://www.tsbde.state.tx.us/ and look for approved providers of these courses you seek and then you will know where you can take them. Ronda 😀

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