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Welcome to the Second District Dental Society

The Second District Dental Society is the local component of the New York State Dental Association and the American Dental Association representing 1,400 member dentists in Brooklyn and Staten Island. It is our hope that this website provides our members with information that will aid them in making the most out of their membership. Additionally, we hope to provide the public with a source of information about our society and members to demonstrate our commitment to excellence and the preservation of oral health.

Upcoming Events

Society News

  • Feb 21, 2024

    Important Fraud Alert on Beneficial Owner Reporting

    The Corporate Transparency Act requires dental practices and certain businesses that meet specific requirements to report information to the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network about their ownership.
  • Jan 29, 2024

    Updated Child Abuse Reporting Training Requirements

    ALL licensed dentists and dental hygienists who completed an "once in a lifetime" course must now complete a new Child Abuse Reporting course. This includes newly licensed dentists who completed a New York residency program as of 2023. This course must be completed by April 1, 2025.
  • Jan 2, 2024
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    2024 Second District Dental Society Dental Student Loan Forgiveness Program

    If you are new dentist who meets the eligibility requirements listed below, now is your opportunity to apply for the SDDS Dental Student Loan Forgiveness Program. You could be one of several new dentists selected to receive an award up to $10,000 to help decrease your student loan debt.