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January 11, 2021 News DentistryNews

Manitoba Dental Association Assures Appointments are Safe Amidst Pandemic

by Global News

With the COVID-19 test positivity rate high still in Manitoba, Winnipeggers are on the fence about whether they should be keeping up with their yearly dental appointments. “I am actually due for an appointment, I think it’s been about a year since

May 28, 2020 News News

Manitoba Dentists Will Expand Services as Part of Phase 2

by Winnipeg Sun

The Manitoba Dental Association has announced the expansion of available dental services beginning June 1 as part of the provinces Phase 2 plan. Dr. Marc Mallot, president of the Manitoba Dental Association, said in a press conference Wednesday that the

January 9, 2019 News Oral Health

Minnesota Dental Association Releases Opioid Support Materials for Dentists and Patients

by Manitoba Dental Association

The Minnesota Dental Association (MDA) has published a new brochure on pain management and the dangers of opioid use. The patient brochure educates on the dangers of opioid use and offers information on opioid alternatives as well as storing and

December 27, 2018 News News

Manitoba Dental Association Wants to Open Dental Emergency Room in Winnipeg

by Amber McGuckin, Global News

For many Manitobans, getting a terrible toothache can mean a trip to the hospital, but that could be changing if the Manitoba Dental Association has its way. Association president Dr. Cory Sul says too many people are ending up in hospital

July 3, 2018 News News

Dentist Suspended for Letting Employees Practice Without Licences

by Cameron MacLean, CBC News

A Winnipeg dentist had his licence suspended after he admitted to letting two of his employees to practise dentistry without a licence. The Manitoba Dental Association charged Dr. Steven Lawson with five counts of professional misconduct in 2016 after it