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The New York State Dental Association is the voice of the dental profession in New York State. Since its founding in 1868, dental professionals have relied on NYSDA to represent them in legislature, advance the profession and set the highest ethical standards for practice.

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 cover image A conversation with NYSDA’s newest president Jim Galati, who recognizes that though the challenges ahead are many there is reason for optimism, is the spotlight of the June/July issue of NYSDJ. Elsewhere in this summer edition is an assessment of the value of existing informed consent processes as well as a look at the clinical considerations related to medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw. All this and more in NYSDJ. Available online here.