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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 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.


The NDA provides its members with the best resources to date on current issues, advocacy tools, legislation updates, business resources and opportunities to be involved templates, guides and downloads. Resources like Award winning NDA Journal Quarterly Publications, an NDA Monthly Newsletter, and Member Access Pages providing access to exclusive member content.

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

Highlights on PMP and AB474

We are providing highlights on the new prescription writing rules for controlled substances. We will continue to watch this issue and bring any further updates as we get them. For more info login to Member Access.

Grassroots Advocacy Campaign

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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
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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:

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!