Need to find a new dentist? Click here
to use the American Dental Association's Find-a-Dentist search to find an ADA Member Dentist near you.
In need of dental assistance and don't have dental insurance? Our Free Dental Clinic is open one day a month to help care for the Louisville community's oral health. Call 502-384-8444 to see if you qualify for an appointment. You can also click this link
for more information about the clinic.
Ready to get back to in-person programming? So are we! In-person CE meetings will resume in September.
Kentucky Dental Association Annual Meeting
The KDA state meeting will be August 19th-22nd at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville. It is an excellent opportunity for those still in need of CE credits to get those hours in before they are due at the end of the year. The KDA meeting will also have an exhibitor hall and social events. Click here to learn more and register!
LDS Day at the Downs is Friday, September 24th!
The event will be in the lovely Starting Gate Suites 4th AND 5th floors this year! Attendees will be able to go between both floors to see their friends. We already have a great crowd, so join us and buy your tickets today!
Members, help prospective patients find your practice!!
Check your Find-a-Dentist profile today to make sure you're listed correctly and upload a photo. Profiles with photos, emails, websites, etc. appear first in search. Member profiles with a photo are clicked on 11 more times than those without. Click here to update your profile and see information about the program
, including step-by-step instructions. Do you still have questions about your profile or need help? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Donated Dental Services (DDS)
program provides free, comprehensive dental treatment to our country’s most vulnerable people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile and cannot afford necessary treatment or get public aid. Click here
for information about how to apply for the Kentucky program or to find information for another state. The program operates through a volunteer network of more than 15,000 dentists and 3,700 dental labs across the United States. Since its inception in 1985, the DDS program has surpassed $330 million in donated dental therapies, transforming the lives of 117,000 people.