MnDAA was founded in 1922, with Local Societies formed throughout the state. MnDAA is affiliated with the American Dental Assistants Association.

Established in 1924, the ADAA provides continuing education to dental assistants through home study courses, professional journals and local, state and national meetings with educational agendas. It encourages education, registration and certification for dental assisting professionals while providing a network of personal services for its members. Services such as credit cards, insurance programs, salary and other surveys and travel and leisure services.

The American Dental Assistants Association is the oldest, largest group representing professional dental assistants. Its members include clinical personnel-those working chairside with the dentist-as well as those on the administrative side: the receptionist, office manager, practice manager and those working behind the scenes in dental product sales, insurance and, of course, educators.

In most areas, the ADAA is served by the state association and often a local component as well. A membership in the ADAA provides membership in all these-national, state and local. Those interested in a membership should call 312-541-1550 or visit the American Dental Assistants Association website.

Ask not what your Association can do for you, but what YOU can do for your Association!!

Links to Allied Organization

American Dental Assistants Association

Dental Assisting National Board

Minnesota Board of Dentistry

CDC- Oral Health Division

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)

Minnesota Dental Association

Minnesota Dental Hygiene Association

Inside Dental Assisting


Facebook Group Minnesota Dental Assistants Association

Upcoming Events
Mn Mission of Mercy

TC Oral Cancer Walk

2015-2016 MNDAA Officers
Kelli Olson

President Elect:

Vice President:
Theresa Treptow

Sec./Treasurer: Natalie Kaweckyj

Business Secretary:
Natalie Kaweckyj

Immed. Past President:Kimberly Rech

Our Mission Statement

To Advance the careers of Dental Assistants and to promote the dental assisting profession in matters of education, legislation, credentialing and professional activities which enhance the delivery of quality dental care for the public.

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