Your dentist, Dr. David Trebisovsky is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA). You may have also seen the ADA seal of acceptance on your toothpaste, mouthwash, teeth whitening strips, floss or other products. What does all this mean? Here’s some useful information:
What is the American Dental Association (ADA)?
The ADA educates dentists and patients and helps to regulate dentistry for all. For patients, it maintains an educational website called Mouth Healthy. For dentists, it provides educational software, dental conventions and other things. Member dentists receive benefits like insurance plans, travel savings, and discounts on products.
Because Dr. David Trebisovsky is a member, you know that Sandpiper Dental has access to the latest and safest dental techniques.
The ADA is the largest dental association in the USA with over 161,000 members. It has members in all 50 states and even in Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
The ADA Foundation offers relief from natural disasters to its members, scholarships for dental students, and works to improve access to dental care for children in poverty.
What is the ADA Seal of Acceptance?
The ADA seal of acceptance is the gold standard for dental hygiene. In order to use this seal on their products, dental hygiene companies pay for extremely rigorous and detailed lab tests and submit them to the ADA for review. You can trust products with the seal to be safe and effective.
Have more questions? Give Sandpiper Dental in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota a call at 763-561-7000.