Become a Member

You've heard it before . . .
membership has its benefits.

The rewards of membership in the Academy of LDS Dentists are exceptional. From service efforts around the world, to providing scholarships for motivated and deserving dental and hygiene students, to mentoring new dentists and helping them get a jump start on establishing and growing their business, the Academy of LDS Dentists offers something for everyone. Membership is FREE for students and for 2 years AFTER graduation. 

Practicing dentist and hygienist Academy members current with 2018 dues receive a significant discount on the registration fee for the Academy of LDS Dentists annual conference held at the BYU-Provo campus.

PLEASE NOTE: To receive this discount, a “PROMO CODE” is needed during conference registration. The Promo Code is provided via e-mail to dues-paying Academy members as they join or renew their 2018 membership. For questions regarding the promo code, contact the Academy at 801.889.7012.

(Fully retired dentists and students automatically receive a deeply discounted rate for the annual conference.) 

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Benefits for New Dentists

Join us this year and rub shoulders with the best in the profession. Network and be the first to register to participate in a brand-new program we're launching especially for new dentists!

So many issues are involved in setting up a practice. Ownership, hiring and retaining staff, pay and bonuses for staff, selecting a location, building an office, community involvement, customer and patient service, billing, collection, insurance acceptance, Medicaid, training and continuing education, financial goals, office systems and patient scheduling-it can be overwhelming! Uninformed decisions can result in costly mistakes, too. Let the Academy of LDS Dentists help you with all that.

This new program is another perk provided only to Academy members. To learn more, join us in August on the campus of Brigham Young University.