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How to Join TDA

By becoming a member of organized dentistry, you’re ensuring that your voice and the needs of the profession are being represented on every level. Whether you are looking for education, practice support, protection, or for a stronger voice in government, you’ve come to the right place.   It’s now easier than ever to become a TDA tripartite member. You are eligible if you are a licensed dentist in Texas, a full-time faculty member at one of the three Texas dental schools, or a Texas dentist serving full-time military duty. One application handles your membership for ADA, TDA and your local society. 

It’s easy to apply for membership!

  1. Complete the on-line application.
  2. Once your application is received, our Membership Coordinator will be in touch with you to provide you with a customized dues quote.  Dues vary in your local dental societies.
  3. Once your dues are received, you will become an Interim Member until the local dental society selection process is complete.
  4. After the selection process is complete, you will receive a new Member Packet that will contain a membership certificate and information on member services and a current directory of TDA members.

Why Join TDA?

Value of Membership

Dr. David Doerre, thirteenth district dental society, discusses the many benefits of membership.


 
Transfer Process

Are you transferring your membership within Texas from one local society to another?

  • Please contact Membership Coordinator Rachael Daigle at 800-832-1145 or rachael@tda.org.  

  • Please include your new office and home addresses, phone numbers, and fax numbers in the body of the email.

Are you moving into Texas from another state?

Are you moving out of Texas and want to transfer your membership to another state dental association?

  1. Please contact Membership Coordinator Rachael Daigle, rachael@tda.org or 800-832-1145, with your new mailing address.

  2. Please contact the dental association for the state you are moving to as transfers do not happen automatically.  For a list of state dental associations, please click HERE