Skip To The Main Content
The Nevada Dental Association is very active in Nevada politics. Along with a prominent contract lobbyist, Nevada has an Executive Director, Dr. Robert Talley, who was born and raised in Las Vegas and practiced dentistry there for 26 years. He works with the contract lobbyist as part of an effective team to attend legislative events, regulatory meetings and to create relationships with and educate legislators on issues important to dentists and their patients. It is a true member value to have a dentist paid to give his full attention to advocacy efforts when in most states this is done on a volunteer basis. Membership is important so we can continue to have this voice for dentistry.

   members

The NDA  provides access to all the latest news on legislative issues, tools, templates, and guides. Award winning NDA Journal Quarterly Publications and NDA Monthly Newsletters with content provided from our own dentists in Nevada to assist members in staying compliant and informed ​and engaged. 



SB366 Is A Dangerous Bill

Act

SB366 is a dangerous bill that would allow a newly created provider – a dental therapist – to practice dentistry. The catch is – they are NOT dentists. Under SB366, dental therapists would be able to perform permanent procedures, like extractions, and administer anesthesia. All Nevadans – regardless of socioeconomic status – deserve quality dental care from the highest trained professionals. ​ 

See Link for SB366 Opposition Petition at: forms.gle/9fZAC7cEUKgiELXL9.

About Our Lobbyist

  • ferrari Lobbyist – Ferrari Public Affairs

Latest News

NDA PAC 

The Nevada Dental Association is in need of your support!  This legislative year could be pivotal for the dental industry.  More

Legislative Alert & Update SB366

takeaction

ALL DENTISTS ACT NOW! BELIEVE IT OR NOT MONDAY COULD PROVE TOO LATE! Read More

Grassroots Advocacy Campaign

grassroots pic





NDA Members - Please take a minute to sign up for NDA's grassroots advocacy campaign. This tool will help us to build a database of dentist and patient advocates to help with our efforts at the Legislature. Take Action
Opiod

New Opioid Prescribing Laws

The Nevada Legislature recently passed new laws establishing procedures that prescribes (THAT’S YOU!) need to follow when prescribing controlled substances. These mandates will be effective on January 1, 2018. It is important for you to be prepared! Find the latest information from licensing boards and the Governor’s office. www.nvda.org/advocacy/member-access.
"State":"NV"