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Welcome to the North Carolina Dental Society

Welcome to the North Carolina Dental Society, home of more than 3,600 member dentists and your source of oral health information in North Carolina. We are here to help you Find a Dentist, learn about oral health, discover more about dental careers, and answer any questions you might have. Good oral health is a key component of overall health, and our dentists are here to serve you.

Dentists – both members and non-members – can find information about meetings and events, membership, Dental Society publications, Endorsed Partners and more. Dentists should click the For Dentists link at the top of the page.

The NCDS Difference

With more than 3,600 member dentists across the state – just over three out of four practicing dentists in the state – there’s sure to be a participating dentist near you.

Members of the North Carolina Dental Society go above and beyond professional requirements. Your NCDS member dentist has made a special commitment to uphold the ethical code, practice standards and mission of the North Carolina Dental Society: to sustain and improve the spectrum of oral health for the people of North Carolina by maintaining a relevant and effective dental profession.

Contact Us

Mailing and Shipping: 1600 Evans Road, Cary, NC 27513
Phone: 919.677.1396
Toll Free in NC: 800.662.8754
Fax: 919.677.1397
Email: info@ncdental.org
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Regulatory Compliance Update: Amalgam Separators

​The EPA issued a final rule governing the management of dental amalgam discharges into sewer systems.  
The rule requires the following...click for more information

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