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2019 marks the 153rd anniversary of The ADA Principles of Ethics and Code of Conduct. Known as “the ADA Code,” members voluntarily agree to abide as a condition of membership, committing to high ethical standards of conduct. Much like the profession, the ADA Code has evolved throughout the past 150 years, however its fundamental purpose—putting the welfare of patients first—remains constant.
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Regulations on Amalgam Separators
Nevada has regulations on Amalgam Separators for your practice and we have you covered! Check out your member pricing today! Login at: nvda.org/membership/benefits-of-membership
Seven Things You Need To Know
Nevada now has regulations on Amalgam Separators for your practice and we have you covered! This new rule requires use of separators, Prohibits flushing waste amalgam (including waste from traps or filters) down the drain,Prohibits the use of bleach or chlorine-containing cleaners that may lead to the dissolution of mercury from amalgam when cleaning chair-side traps and vacuum lines. Members are receiving such a great exclusive savings that's it's just about, UNBELIEVABLE!