By now, you have probably been exposed to decisions you need to make as a dentist as it relates to Medicare.  Working with legal council, the Arkansas State Dental Association has created a concise, one-page synopsis to help in your decision making process.  While ASDA does not have a recommendation for all dentists to follow, […]

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Delta Dental of Arkansas has announced a new $2,500 grant program for network providers that hopes to ease the cost of reopening dental practices. For more information, download a copy of the announcement here.

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Dr. Edward Dean Revels, ADA Member for 59 Years

May 20, 2020

Dr. Edward Dean Revels Sep 12, 1933 – May 18th, 2020 Birth Date: Sep 12, 1933 Death Date: May 18, 2020 Funeral Date: May 21, 2020 Funeral Location: Lockesburg Cemetery Dr. Edward Dean Revels, age 86, a resident of De Queen, Arkansas died Monday, May 18, 2020, at his home. He was born September 12, […]

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ASDA Asserts Overly Rigid Restrictions from ADH in Letter to Governor Hutchinson

May 15, 2020

Dental Public Health Mismanagement Alleged The Officers and Executive Council of the ASDA today authorized the release of a letter addressed to Governor Asa Hutchinson asking him to act on behalf of the state’s dentists to lift the “ill-conceived, badly implemented, and illegal restrictions” invoked by the Arkansas Department of Health, which includes the Arkansas […]

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May 11 Set as Reopen Date for Dental Offices

May 6, 2020

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 – ASDA is pleased to report that Secretary of Health Dr. Nate Smith announced today during the Governor’s daily press conference that Monday, May 11 has been approved for the Phase I reopen date for Arkansas dental offices. As stated earlier, dental offices will be reopened in an incremental manner as […]

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Getting You Back to Work: The ADA’s Return to Work Interim Guidance Toolkit is Now Available

April 27, 2020

Dear Colleagues: As many cities and states consider reopening essential businesses and easing back into normal operations, I know that many of you are planning to return to practice soon. Helping you get back to work (while protecting patients, staff, and you in the process) has been atop the American Dental Association’s agenda in recent […]

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