Seeking GADHA Officer Volunteers

Are you interested in an officer position?

You will be contacted by someone in the nominations committee. Elections and Voting occur during the April CE/meeting and Installation occurs in the May CE/meeting

Available Position Descriptions

President-elect: To be in charge of revisions and distribution of the Policy and Procedure Manual of the Association. Must have served a minimum of one term on the board of directors.

Vice-President: Shall be the program chairperson for all regular meetings of the Association. Shall be the chairperson of all continuing education programs sponsored by the Association. To preside Board meetings and regular meetings in the absence of the President.

Secretary: Shall serve as the recording and corresponding secretary of the association at regular and special sessions of the association as well as at sessions of the board of directors. Submit an annual report of all actions taken by the board of directors and the association.

Trustee: Shall serve as liaison officer between the Association and TDHA. To submit to the TDHA house of delegates and TDHA Board of directors an annual report of the activities of the association. Attend TDHA BOD meetings and strategic planning.

 


Register now for the January CE

“Periodontics: New Classification System”

January 23rd David Reeves

check-in / dinner 5:30-8:30 PM

component meeting 6:00 PM

CE Lecture 6:30 PM

2 CEUs

Location: Austin Community College, Eastview campus, room 8111

Directions

Speaker David Reeves, DMD

David Reeves obtained his DMD from Southern Illinois University/School of Dental Medicine in 1985. Dr. Reeves entered the active duty Army as a resident in the AEGD/1 program at Ft. Riley, KS. He practiced as a general dentist in the Army for 9 years before entering Army periodontal residency in 1994. Dr. Reeves received his Certificate in Periodontics from the U.S. Army Periodontic Residency at Ft. Gordon, GA and his M.S. in Oral Biology from the Medical College of Georgia in 1997. COL Reeves completed his board certification with the American Board of Periodontology in 1998. While stationed at Ft. Knox, HY, Dr. Reeves taught as an adjunctive faculty member at the University of Louiville’s Graduate Periodontics Residency. COL Reeves received the Surgeon General’s “A” prefix designator in 2002 and was selected by The Army Surgeon General to act as Consultant to The Surgeon General for Periodontology from 2003-2006. COL Reeves served as the periodontal mentor for the AEGD/2 program and as Chief of Periodontics at Ft. Hood, TX from 2001-2006. After retirement from the Army he maintained a private practice in Cedar Park for 8 years. He currently teaches in the AEGD/1 program at the Central Texas Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Temple, TX and teaches as an adjunctive Professor in the Department of Dental Hygiene at Austin Community College.

Register Here 

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Employment Opportunity

Part-Time Hygienist Wanted

Sweta Tailor, DDS PLLC
4105 Medical Parkway, Suite 100.  Austin TX 78756
Looking for an awesome dental hygienist to join our amazing team!
We are a group of teeth-loving individuals dedicated to providing the best dental care possible for our patients. Our focus is on prevention and education. The right candidate must be friendly, professional and a team-player. This is a part-time position, days are flexible. No evenings or weekends.
Please apply with a resume, a list of references and expected hourly compensation.
Contact Sweta Tailor, DDS at swetatailor@hotmail.com

October CE – Dental Public Health Is Bigger In Texas: Is It For You?

Speakers Dr Rhonda Stokley, DDS & Sandy Tesch, RDH, MSHP

Come hear about what your state dental public health prevention program does for Texans and how you as a professional partner can contribute.  Learn how state-level statistics are captured and how Texas measures up to other  state and national comparative data. The session will discuss the multiple roles dental hygienists play in public health settings and how collaboration is
essential for increasing oral health awareness.

RSVP HERE


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2019 Holiday Party

Our Holiday Party this year takes place at The Wheel where we’ll have 2 drink tickets to the first 25 members that RSVP courtesy of Dental Auxiliary Service – Austin

 

 


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Become a Delegate

TDHA Annual Session takes place February 6th – 9th 2020. Delegates contribute to TDHA decision-making and are offered a free ticket Annual Session, CE’s and hotel costs!

Email Lindsay with your interest! buckeyerdh@gmail.com

 


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November 9th has a couple community events to attend! Check out our community page for more details.

 




Happy National Tooth Fairy Day! 

National Tooth Fairy Day is celebrated twice annually to remind children of the importance of healthy teeth. As dental hygienists, part of our job is educating our youngest patients that good oral care can go a long way and it is best to start healthy habits early on. Educating our patients’ parents is equally important. It’s often not enough to tell your child to “go brush your teeth.” Checking the child’s brushing technique is good practice and necessary to avoid caries. Here is some great tips to provide parents on how to check their child’s teeth and a printable coloring page of the tooth fairy for the kids to enjoy!

tooth fairy coloring page

Lift the Lip Poster