Contact

NCDS

P.O. Box 9265
100 Rio Street Suite A
Red Bluff, CA 96080

Phone: (530) 527-6764
Fax (530) 527-7911

 

Email: ncds@sunset.net

Upcoming Events

    • CALIFORNIA CARE FORCE free healthcare services Silver Dollar Fairgrounds

      Aug 3, 2019
      VOLUNTEERS and DONATIONS NEEDED for California CareForce Chico The Northern California Dental Society is helping sponsor a California CareForce Clinic on August 3rd and 4th at the Chico Fairgrounds. This temporary 2-day clinic will provide free medical, dental and vision care to individuals in the Chico and surrounding areas. California CareForce supplies all necessary equipment needed for the professional volunteers to provide quality care in their respective fields. All that is asked of the volunteers is that they register and show up! AND most importantly, monetary donations are needed to make this a successful event. PLEASE DONATE TO THIS GREAT EVENT! If you are willing to donate funds to the event, please make your check out to Northern California Dental Society Foundation (tax deductible) and mail to NCDSF PO Box 9265 Red Bluff CA 960880. If you would like more information or can volunteer your time and expertise to help with the dental clinic and also volunteer to help with other aspects of this great event, please go to www.californiacareforce.org/patients/chico after June 1st to register online.
    • Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training – CHICO LOCATION

      Sep 13, 2019
      REGISTRATION FORM Sexual harassment August New Law Requires Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training for All Employees The new law, SB1343 employers with 5+ employees must provide: (1) Two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisory employees (2) One hour of sexual harassment prevention training to all non-supervisory employees ● Part-time and temporary employees, plus independent contractors count toward the minimum employee count of five employees ● Must be done by January 1, 2020 ● Training must occur within six months of the employee starting the position (and every two years thereafter) ● Sexual harassment prevention training can be conducted individually or as a group ● Sexual harassment prevention training may be in conjunction with other training and may be given in shorter time segments, as long as the two-hour requirement for supervisory employees and the one-hour requirement for non-supervisory employees is met. Every employee needs to understand what sexual harassment is, what the law requires, how to report it, and your company’s policy and reporting mechanisms. But supervisors need additional information on their prevention obligations, including handling complaints, investigations, and corrective actions. Interactive training with examples that can help flesh out those gray areas that employees and managers often struggle with is beneficial in meeting your prevention goals.  
    • “How to Eat Candy” and “The Potty Mouth Predicament” BRIAN NOVY, DDS

      Sep 20, 2019
      REGISTRATION FORM Sept 2019Novy HOW TO EAT CANDY: Depriving cariogenic bacteria of sugar is the cornerstone of traditional caries management, yet the science of CAMBRA takes cariology to a whole new level. If you’re still telling patients to, “Brush, floss and use flouride toothpaste” you’re going to be surprised by the myriad of treatment options available today. Streptococcus mutans has more to fear than stronger flouride and more of it, as dentistry embraces oral healthcare. At the end of this course, participants should be able to: * Identify risk factors leading to caries *Explain the role of commensals *Implement disease management in practice *Safely consume a variety of candy and sugary beverages * Prolong the life of restorations in all patients. THE POTTY MOUTH PREDICAMENT: Sometimes it seems as though our patients don’t grasp the basic concept of home care. Other times our patients with impeccable hygiene develop rampant decay and we feel helpless because we can’t figure out what’s going on. the mouth is a remarkable environment that cariologists are finally beginning to understand, and so can you. Come learn everything you didn’t know about plaque and the amazing organisms that make the mouth a wonderful place to work. COURSE OBJECTIVES: * Explain the mixed ecological approach to caries causation * Understand when to recommend appropriate therapies * Stop “watching”lesions and see them get smaller.
    • CALIFORNIA CARE FORCE free healthcare services Silver Dollar Fairgrounds

      Aug 3, 2019
      VOLUNTEERS and DONATIONS NEEDED for California CareForce Chico The Northern California Dental Society is helping sponsor a California CareForce Clinic on August 3rd and 4th at the Chico Fairgrounds. This temporary 2-day clinic will provide free medical, dental and vision care to individuals in the Chico and surrounding areas. California CareForce supplies all necessary equipment needed for the professional volunteers to provide quality care in their respective fields. All that is asked of the volunteers is that they register and show up! AND most importantly, monetary donations are needed to make this a successful event. PLEASE DONATE TO THIS GREAT EVENT! If you are willing to donate funds to the event, please make your check out to Northern California Dental Society Foundation (tax deductible) and mail to NCDSF PO Box 9265 Red Bluff CA 960880. If you would like more information or can volunteer your time and expertise to help with the dental clinic and also volunteer to help with other aspects of this great event, please go to www.californiacareforce.org/patients/chico after June 1st to register online.
    • Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training – CHICO LOCATION

      Sep 13, 2019
      REGISTRATION FORM Sexual harassment August New Law Requires Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training for All Employees The new law, SB1343 employers with 5+ employees must provide: (1) Two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisory employees (2) One hour of sexual harassment prevention training to all non-supervisory employees ● Part-time and temporary employees, plus independent contractors count toward the minimum employee count of five employees ● Must be done by January 1, 2020 ● Training must occur within six months of the employee starting the position (and every two years thereafter) ● Sexual harassment prevention training can be conducted individually or as a group ● Sexual harassment prevention training may be in conjunction with other training and may be given in shorter time segments, as long as the two-hour requirement for supervisory employees and the one-hour requirement for non-supervisory employees is met. Every employee needs to understand what sexual harassment is, what the law requires, how to report it, and your company’s policy and reporting mechanisms. But supervisors need additional information on their prevention obligations, including handling complaints, investigations, and corrective actions. Interactive training with examples that can help flesh out those gray areas that employees and managers often struggle with is beneficial in meeting your prevention goals.  
    • “How to Eat Candy” and “The Potty Mouth Predicament” BRIAN NOVY, DDS

      Sep 20, 2019
      REGISTRATION FORM Sept 2019Novy HOW TO EAT CANDY: Depriving cariogenic bacteria of sugar is the cornerstone of traditional caries management, yet the science of CAMBRA takes cariology to a whole new level. If you’re still telling patients to, “Brush, floss and use flouride toothpaste” you’re going to be surprised by the myriad of treatment options available today. Streptococcus mutans has more to fear than stronger flouride and more of it, as dentistry embraces oral healthcare. At the end of this course, participants should be able to: * Identify risk factors leading to caries *Explain the role of commensals *Implement disease management in practice *Safely consume a variety of candy and sugary beverages * Prolong the life of restorations in all patients. THE POTTY MOUTH PREDICAMENT: Sometimes it seems as though our patients don’t grasp the basic concept of home care. Other times our patients with impeccable hygiene develop rampant decay and we feel helpless because we can’t figure out what’s going on. the mouth is a remarkable environment that cariologists are finally beginning to understand, and so can you. Come learn everything you didn’t know about plaque and the amazing organisms that make the mouth a wonderful place to work. COURSE OBJECTIVES: * Explain the mixed ecological approach to caries causation * Understand when to recommend appropriate therapies * Stop “watching”lesions and see them get smaller.
    • CALIFORNIA CARE FORCE free healthcare services Silver Dollar Fairgrounds

      Aug 3, 2019
      VOLUNTEERS and DONATIONS NEEDED for California CareForce Chico The Northern California Dental Society is helping sponsor a California CareForce Clinic on August 3rd and 4th at the Chico Fairgrounds. This temporary 2-day clinic will provide free medical, dental and vision care to individuals in the Chico and surrounding areas. California CareForce supplies all necessary equipment needed for the professional volunteers to provide quality care in their respective fields. All that is asked of the volunteers is that they register and show up! AND most importantly, monetary donations are needed to make this a successful event. PLEASE DONATE TO THIS GREAT EVENT! If you are willing to donate funds to the event, please make your check out to Northern California Dental Society Foundation (tax deductible) and mail to NCDSF PO Box 9265 Red Bluff CA 960880. If you would like more information or can volunteer your time and expertise to help with the dental clinic and also volunteer to help with other aspects of this great event, please go to www.californiacareforce.org/patients/chico after June 1st to register online.
    • Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training – CHICO LOCATION

      Sep 13, 2019
      REGISTRATION FORM Sexual harassment August New Law Requires Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training for All Employees The new law, SB1343 employers with 5+ employees must provide: (1) Two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisory employees (2) One hour of sexual harassment prevention training to all non-supervisory employees ● Part-time and temporary employees, plus independent contractors count toward the minimum employee count of five employees ● Must be done by January 1, 2020 ● Training must occur within six months of the employee starting the position (and every two years thereafter) ● Sexual harassment prevention training can be conducted individually or as a group ● Sexual harassment prevention training may be in conjunction with other training and may be given in shorter time segments, as long as the two-hour requirement for supervisory employees and the one-hour requirement for non-supervisory employees is met. Every employee needs to understand what sexual harassment is, what the law requires, how to report it, and your company’s policy and reporting mechanisms. But supervisors need additional information on their prevention obligations, including handling complaints, investigations, and corrective actions. Interactive training with examples that can help flesh out those gray areas that employees and managers often struggle with is beneficial in meeting your prevention goals.  
    • “How to Eat Candy” and “The Potty Mouth Predicament” BRIAN NOVY, DDS

      Sep 20, 2019
      REGISTRATION FORM Sept 2019Novy HOW TO EAT CANDY: Depriving cariogenic bacteria of sugar is the cornerstone of traditional caries management, yet the science of CAMBRA takes cariology to a whole new level. If you’re still telling patients to, “Brush, floss and use flouride toothpaste” you’re going to be surprised by the myriad of treatment options available today. Streptococcus mutans has more to fear than stronger flouride and more of it, as dentistry embraces oral healthcare. At the end of this course, participants should be able to: * Identify risk factors leading to caries *Explain the role of commensals *Implement disease management in practice *Safely consume a variety of candy and sugary beverages * Prolong the life of restorations in all patients. THE POTTY MOUTH PREDICAMENT: Sometimes it seems as though our patients don’t grasp the basic concept of home care. Other times our patients with impeccable hygiene develop rampant decay and we feel helpless because we can’t figure out what’s going on. the mouth is a remarkable environment that cariologists are finally beginning to understand, and so can you. Come learn everything you didn’t know about plaque and the amazing organisms that make the mouth a wonderful place to work. COURSE OBJECTIVES: * Explain the mixed ecological approach to caries causation * Understand when to recommend appropriate therapies * Stop “watching”lesions and see them get smaller.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Northern California Dental Society shall be to encourage the improvement of the health of the public; to unite ethical practitioners of dentistry; to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the interests of the members of the Society and the public.

VISION STATEMENT

Strive to promote the value of membership through awareness of benefits; provide social networking events and increase support to new member dentists; improve the level of connection between the dentist and their communities and ensure that members feel like a vital part of the society.