HARRISBURG, Pa., July 8, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- One of the most important decisions you'll make regarding your oralhealth is choosing a dentist. With a variety of choices, deciding the right fit may be a difficult task. With that in mind, Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) is here to provide resources to aid your decision process.
PDA's website (www.padental.org)
Once you complete your search, you may be wondering what criteria to use to determine which dentist is the right fit. A few qualities you may want to consider are:
It is important to consider whether a dentist is a member of PDA, since the mission of the association puts a strong emphasis on serving the public, improving their health, and providing the best care possible. Dr. Tamara Brady, a PDA member dentist in Exton, said, "As a PDA member I make my patients' needs a priority. I know I am expected to uphold the standards that the ADA and PDA have set forth for the profession. The biggest compliment we receive is the referral of a new patient to our practice."
We hope that with the help of these tools, you're able to find a reliable local dentist that meets your needs and provides high quality oral care.
About the Pennsylvania Dental AssociationFounded in 1868, the Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) is comprised of approximately 6,000 member dentists. It is a constituency of the American Dental Association (ADA), the largest and oldest national dental society in the world. PDA's mission is to improve the public health, promote the art and science of dentistry and represent the interests of its member dentists and their patients. PDA is the voice of dentistry in Pennsylvania. For more information on PDA, visit our website at www.padental.org.
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