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Pedo Connect

March 16, 2014

The Colorado Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (CAPD) has created a program to make it easier for dentists and hygienists in dental health professional shortage areas to communicate with a pediatric dentist.  This program is called Pedo Connect.  The goal of this program is to ensure that all children in Colorado, no matter of their location, have access to oral healthcare.

Program Improvements: Medicaid and CHP+ Provide 12 Months of Continuous Coverage for Kids

March 16, 2014

Good news! Beginning March 1, 2014, children who have either Medicaid or CHP+ benefits will have continuous coverage for 12 months, even if their family’s income or household size changes. Continuous coverage for Medicaid and CHP+ children can help greatly streamline eligibility checks for providers, and eliminate eligibility and billing problems caused by changing coverage. It also improves continuity of care, and can help provide consistent access to preventive and primary care services – resulting in better health for covered children.

Has Your Dental License Expired?

March 16, 2014

If you have not done so, please remember to renew your state dental license.  All Colorado dentist and dental hygienist licenses expired on Feb. 28, 2014.  Dentists and dental hygienists are not permitted to practice dentistry without a current license.  The license renewal process is administered by the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).  All questions regarding this process should be directed to 303-894-2984 or 303-894-7800 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   Some changes were made to the renewal process this year.  For a guide on how to navigate the license renewal process, click here.

Medicaid Adult Dental Benefit Live April 1

April 1, 2014

Colorado’s limited adult Medicaid benefit is now available. Qualifying adults are able to visit a dental practice or clinic that is already enrolled in Medicaid and can accept Medicaid payments. The adult dental benefit allows Medicaid enrolled clients, age 21 years and over, to receive a number of basic dental services currently offered to children such as evaluations, diagnostic imaging, preventive and restorative services.

200 Attend CU’s Lunch & Learn

March 16, 2014

On Feb. 19, nearly 200 CU dental students came out to have burritos and hear why organized dentistry matters to them from members of the CDA New Dentist Committee. As an education initiative, the CDA Membership Council organized a Lunch and Learn event at the CU School of Dental Medicine. Speakers for the program included Dr. Carol Morrow, Dr. Ben Ricketts and Dr. Nicole Eberle. The lunch was very well received and the CDA would like to extend a special thanks to the ASDA leadership and dental students Kamran Pirastehfar and Christian Piers.


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