Serving the profession since 1963, CDHA is the collective national voice of more than 26,850 dental hygienists working in Canada and we directly represent 17,000 individual members including dental hygienists and students.
CDHA’s Dental Hygiene Recognition Program celebrates the accomplishments of CDHA members, including practising dental hygienists, dental hygiene students, and educators. Submissions are now being accepted for the 2015 awards.
Participate in the NDHW™ Colouring Contest to win a Toys R Us gift card and kids oral health prize packs from Sunstar G•U•M.
Oh Canada! magazine is seeking submissions for its upcoming summer FOCUS section on "Emerging Technologies for the Dental Hygienist." The deadline for submissions is April 15 but negotiable. Please review our author guidelines and contact Angie D'Aoust at email@example.com as soon as possible.
In conjunction with National Dental Hygienists WeekTM (NDHWTM), CDHA is once again running a national advertising campaign to educate consumers about the dental hygiene profession. Its theme, “Dental Hygienists…Your Partners in Prevention,” will be featured in print advertisements in 28 major metropolitan newspapers covering every province and the Yukon, as well as in supporting digital promotions, during NDHWTM. More...
Due to popular demand, two more interim stabilization therapy (IST) orientation sessions will be offered in Ontario this spring. Choose between: Saturday, April 11, in London or Friday, May 22, in Sudbury. The orientation session will also be available as a pre-conference workshop in Victoria, BC, on October 29. More...
CDHA’s national conference is just over 7 months away! For a sneak peak at the inspiring and informative program that we have planned, visit the conference page. Plan now to join us in Victoria in the fall. Registration opens in April.
CDHA is proud to announce the release of the Canadian Competencies for Baccalaureate Dental Hygiene Programs, 2015. Baccalaureate dental hygiene education is a critical step along the pathway from diploma to doctoral programs within Canada and internationally. While the dental hygiene profession has national documents pertaining to entry-to-practice abilities, there are currently no national standards for baccalaureate education.
Show off a bigger and healthier smile this April
March 27, 2015 -
April is Oral Health Month in Canada, and an important part of the celebration is National Dental Hygienists Week™ (NDHW™), which takes place from April 5–11.
Canadian Dental Hygienists Association Supports Federal Investment in Nunavut Health Services
March 19, 2015 -
The Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA) applauds the federal government for its $32 million investment in services to address mental health issues, chronic disease, and children’s oral health in Nunavut. This funding aims to improve access
Ebola Resources from the ADA and CDC
October 27, 2014 -
The ADA Division of Science advises dental professionals not to treat dental patients if they have signs and symptoms of Ebola