General Membership Meetings

Please note that during the pandemic, our General Membership Meetings will take place virtually.

An important part of having an organized and functional dental society is keeping members updated on current issues and events while also providing an opportunity for fellowship. Four times a year our general membership meetings occur, featuring a speaker discussing popular topics in the dental community. Up to two hours of continuing education is provided free of charge to members at each meeting. A full spread of food, sodas and bottled waters are served, so pre-registration online is required.

Reception: 5:30 p.m.
Business Meeting: 6:30 p.m.
Presentation: 6:45 p.m.

Member dentists, their staff and TAMUCOD students are free. Non-member dentists and their staff are $95. Please see our Continuing Education webpage for dates and speaker information.

  • GMM April 2022

    General Membership Meeting - 50 Shades of Gray...An Overview of Radiographic Pathology

    Tue, Apr 19, 2022 | 6:30 PM - Tue, Apr 19, 2022 | 9:00 PM
    Interpretation of radiographic pathology is often a daunting topic, but is ever present in our day to day clinical practices. This course will cover disease entities that are commonly encountered affecting the jaw bones that may be discovered through our imaging studies. It will familiarize the practitioner with the clinical and radiographic presentations of certain diseases and their etiology. We will discuss how to develop a differential diagnosis, what it takes to obtain a definitive diagnosis, and most importantly what treatment options are currently available to the oral healthcare team in managing these diseases and our patients.
  • GMM Feb 2022

    General Membership Meeting - Restorative Dentistry in a Digital Age

    Tue, Feb 15, 2022 | 6:30 PM - Tue, Feb 15, 2022 | 9:00 PM
    In 2022 restorative dentistry can be fully digital. The digital process includes diagnosis, design, and delivery of very precise and beautiful restorations. This digital process provides flexibility, precision, and speed not possible in traditional restorative dentistry workflow. This new world requires a close partnership between the dentist and lab technician and the implementation of new technology. It also provides new opportunities for a well trained dental assistant to expand their role in the practice. We will look at digital photography, intraoral scanning, digital smile design, model printing, and transfer of the smile design to the mouth.

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