PDA Provides Resources to the Public

ensuring Pennsylvanians are informed consumers and have access to quality dental care. 


Find a PDA Member Dentist
Use this search engine to find a PDA member dentist near you!

Dental Clinic Directory
PDA has worked to increase access to care for uninsured and underinsured Pennsylvanians by compiling a searchable list of free and reduced-fee dental clinics in Pennsylvania.

Kids' Corner
PDA’s Kids’ Corner is an excellent resource for children of all ages. It includes interactive games and activities, information on brushing and flossing, nutritional information and much more. 

Members Making a Difference
Many PDA members selflessly volunteer their time and talents to promote good oral health to the public. Read about their outreach efforts.

Donated Dental Services Program
The Donated Dental Services (DDS) program provides free, comprehensive dental treatment to our country’s most vulnerable people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile. These are people who cannot afford necessary treatment and cannot get public aid.
 
 

Patient Resource Center
Our Patient Resource Center contains valuable information on a wide variety of oral health topics. Some even include videos featuring PDA member dentists.

Dental Complaints
Patients who have complaints about a dentist have several options. After first discussing the issue with their dentist, the next step is mediation. Our Dental Complaint Directory lists mediation resources available by county.

Insurance Bill of Rights for Older Pennsylvanians (PDF file)
For older Pennsylvanians at or near retirement, today’s vast array of insurance products can be overwhelming. Become familiar with your rights when purchasing insurance products by reviewing the Insurance Bill of Rights for Older Pennsylvanians. 

Virtual Dental Van
Provides easy access to information to help you find the dental care you need, and the insurance options available.

ADA Principles of Ethics and Code of Conduct
2016 marks the 150th anniversary of The ADA Principles of Ethics and Code of Conduct. Known as “the ADA Code,” PDA members voluntarily agree to abide as a condition of membership, committing to high ethical standards of conduct. Putting the welfare of patients first remains a constant priority.