The Nassau County Dental Society is a service-focused organization, driven to meet the needs of its members by serving as the preeminent information and education hub for dentistry in the county of Nassau, New York.
The Nassau County Dental Society and its 1,500 member dentists are pleased to provide Nassau County residents with exceptional oral health care. Please use our “Find a Dentist” feature on the homepage or visit us at one of our many public outreach events.
The Nassau County Dental Society provides its members with more than 60 credits of CERP approved courses a year at no cost (valued at over $3,000). Learn the latest dental techniques and practice management tools right in your own backyard. For a complete list of courses refer to the Calendar tab.
Through the Nassau County Dental Society multiple public outreach and oral health events are performed throughout the year. Member dentists bring oral health care and awareness to Nassau County schools, elderly housing, public events, libraries, etc. for all residents.
There are many benefits to joining tripartite, American Dental Association, New York State Dental Association, and the Nassau County Dental Society. We welcome you into our family of members in Nassau County and the Society is committed to provide you with the best benefits and services customized for dentists.
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