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National Prosthodontics Awareness Week

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Get Ready to Celebrate!
April 8-14, 2018

The American College of Prosthodontists strives to raise awareness of our specialty so that patients and dental professionals understand the advanced skills and expertise that prosthodontists offer.

As an opportunity for prosthodontists to engage their local communities in concert with each other, National Prosthodontics Awareness Week (NPAW) is a powerful tool to accomplish this goal.

A memorable and effective NPAW begins with an achievable goal and a solid plan. To assist members in planning, the ACP publishes the NPAW Toolkit each year, which can be found below. This toolkit provides instructions for several NPAW activities, from public events and open houses to press outreach, as well as helpful resources to download and customize.

Please join colleagues across the country and the world in celebrating NPAW from April 8-14, 2018. Your efforts and enthusiasm will enhance the visibility of the specialty and position prosthodontists as leaders in the dental industry!


NPAW Logo & Resources

NPAW Logo w/2018 dates

NPAW Logo w/out dates

  • JPG (for standard use)
  • EPS (for high resolution printing)

Forms & Other Resources

  • ACP Logo Policy (PDF)
  • Chairside Guide: Clinical Practice Guidelines for Tooth-borne Dental Restorations (PDF)
  • Oral Health Screening (PDF) (Word)
  • Photo Release (PDF)
  • Proclamation Request (PDF) (Word)

Media Outreach Templates

Sample Letters to the Editor

  • Denture Health and Oral Health are both Essential (PDF) (Word)
  • Implant-Supported Overdentures: A Removable Option with Security (PDF) (Word)
  • Loose Dentures Can Lead to Serious Health Concerns (PDF) (Word)
  • Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Missing Teeth (PDF) (Word)
  • Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Dental Implants (PDF) (Word)

Sample Press Release

  • Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Missing Teeth (PDF) (Word)

Sample Radio PSA (:30)

  • Maintaining Dental Restorations (PDF) (Word)

Ideas for Private Practice

National Prosthodontics Awareness Week (NPAW) is a great opportunity to connect with your local community, bringing increased attention to the specialty and your practice. The goal is to raise awareness of the specialty and make sure everyone in your area understands the advanced skills and expertise that prosthodontists offer, so when it comes time for treatment, you’re at the top of their minds.

Please read through some of our planning tips, activity suggestions, and downloadable resources listed below to help you have a fun and successful NPAW.


Keys to Success


Start planning early – This gives you and your staff time to plan without rushing and it gives your community time to learn about your events.

...But it’s never too late! – There are also plenty of activities you can start and finish during the week of NPAW, like social media.

Set a goal – Whether that goal is to be featured in a news segment, to see a certain number of clients pro bono, to connect with new referring dentists or something else your team comes up with. Set the goal and work toward it as an office!

What’s a prosthodontist? – Know how to answer this in a way that everyone can understand. One option is: “As a prosthodontist, I am a dental specialist with advanced training in the restoration of missing or damaged teeth. I focus on…” and name a few of the procedures you perform most often, such as dentures or dental implants.

Let us help! – Have an event or activity in mind but not sure how to pull it off? Contact the ACP. We’ll help you figure out the next steps and get the word out there.

Report your plans – Let your Section President and/or Regional Membership Director know what you are planning to do for NPAW. They will spread the word about what you’re doing.

…And report your success! – Afterward, let us know how your NPAW went by emailing a brief description and photos to media@prosthodontics.org.
 


Activity Ideas


Give a Talk – Community groups offer a direct link to potential patients who need to know more about how their quality of life could improve with a healthy mouth. Reach out to local groups and see if they have a meeting near the time of NPAW where you could come and discuss tips for better oral health, or a different topic that you are passionate about as a prosthodontist. Many groups are always looking for new interesting speakers, and time slots can be short (just a few minutes) to full lectures.

Types of organizations to contact:
    - Local Service Clubs & social groups (Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis, Zonta, Moose, Junior League, etc.)
    - Local Chambers of Commerce
    - Health fairs happening in your area

Or see if you can set up a talk at one of these places during NPAW:
    - Senior center or retirement community
    - Local college with a dental program

Have an Open House – Invite predoctoral students and your school community to come learn more about prosthodontics at an Open House. In the past, schools have had displays, done demonstrations and analyzed complicated cases. NPAW is a great opportunity to show predoctoral students the importance and excitement of prosthodontics.

Offer Free Services or Pro Bono Services – To observe NPAW, prosthodontists have also set up free oral health screenings (forms found here) as April is Oral Cancer Awareness month.

You could also choose a patient to receive pro bono care in honor of NPAW, a great way to give back and also increase awareness of prosthodontics.

Host a Celebration – Make sure your staff knows it is NPAW, and that they proudly tell their friends and family. Consider hosting a celebration for those in your office. NPAW is a great time to thank your referring dentists and connect with other medical professionals in your area. Invite your community to an Open House, showing them the visual aspects of being a prosthodontist.

Reach Out to Your Networks - Do you know faculty members in other departments that would be willing to display a sign, have fliers, or let you have a table in their lobby for NPAW? People won’t always come to you, so you can go to them!

Conduct a Contest – Ask patients to share a testimonial on social media describing how a prosthodontic treatment has affected their life, or how it could if they have not yet been treated. The post with the most ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ could win a partial or whole treatment at a discount or for free. The contest should be focused on raising awareness of the specialty of prosthodontics and how it can change a patient’s life.

Get Dental Schools Involved – Reach out to any nearby dental schools, whether they have a prosthodontics program or not, and try to set up a talk at the school and/or invite them to shadow you at your practice. NPAW is a great opportunity to get predoctoral students interested in prosthodontics.

Get the Word Out! – Reach out to your campus publications and media to let them know about NPAW. If you have an event planned, invite them! You can also reach out to your local media and let them know about NPAW and your event. You can download our press release template and edit it for your campus.

Reach Out to Your Networks – Do you know other business owners who would be willing to display a sign, have fliers, or let you have a table at their establishment for NPAW? Could you set up free health screenings at their office, school or business? People won’t always come to you, so you can go to them!

People to reach out to in your community:
    Local Dentists – NPAW is a great time to reconnect with referring dentists, and make new connections with possible referrals.
    Other Dental and Medical Professionals – If you are giving away stickers or flyers, see if those in your local medical community will also give them out to raise awareness. See if they have an awareness week of their own and offer a trade.
    Chamber of Commerce – Many keep a calendar of events and are looking for speakers for luncheons.
    Other Colleges & Universities – Students, residents, and faculty members may want to attend your event or learn from you.

Make it Visual – Print a banner with the NPAW logo and put it outside your business, decorate your windows for NPAW, have the NPAW logo on screens in your waiting room, give out NPAW stickers to your patients, anything visual to let people know NPAW is happening.

Get the Word Out! – Reach out to local media and let them know about NPAW. Offer to be interviewed, explaining the importance of prosthodontics. If you have an event, invite media to cover the event as well! There are several templates available above that you can download and edit for your community.

Get Creative – This is just a short list of suggestions based on what ACP members have done in the past. Feel free to get creative and think about what will work best for your own community. If you blaze a new trail, that’s great – let us know so we can share it with your fellow members.

Don’t forget: let us know how your NPAW went by emailing a description and photos to media@prosthodontics.org!
 


NPAW Resources


Press Release – This is a great resource to get the word out about NPAW to your local media. Download our template (PDF or Word), edit it to fit your area, and then send it to your local newspapers, magazines, TV stations and/or journals. Offer to do an in-person segment or a pre-taped interview. And if scheduling does not work around NPAW, offer to be an expert source in the future.

Letters to the Editor – Newspapers typically publish Letters to the Editor in print, online or both. This is a chance for you to present your perspective on important issues facing your community, like their oral health.

Download one of the templates provided below, edit it for your area, and then send it to your local papers. Or craft a letter of your own if there is a topic you feel very strongly about. Remember to stay brief to better your chances of being printed (and not being edited).

    - Implant-Supported Overdentures: A Removable Option with Security (PDF) (Word)
    - Loose Dentures Can Lead to Serious Health Concerns (PDF) (Word)
    - Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Missing Teeth (PDF) (Word)
    - Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Dental Implants (PDF) (Word)

Public Service Announcements (PSAs) – Many radio stations accept PSAs with helpful tips or information that will assist the public in some way. This is different than an advertisement, and could include simple oral health tips related to NPAW, or could invite the community to a free event you are hosting.

Here is 30 second PSA formatted for radio.

Proclamation Request – Many towns, cities, and states accept proclamation requests that commemorate special observances like NPAW. The easiest way to find out where to send the request is to Google “proclamation request” and your town’s name. This can also be sent to your governor or your state and national representatives. You can use the ACP's Proclamation Request template (PDF) (Word) as a starting point.

Logos – You can incorporate the ACP logo or National Prosthodontics Awareness Week logo into your NPAW promotional materials. In the past, prosthodontists have used the NPAW logo on banners, flyers, window displays, and on websites and social media.

Please read, sign, and return the ACP Logo Policy and Licensing Agreement before using the ACP logo. (This is not necessary for use of the NPAW logo.)
 


Other Easy Ways to Celebrate


Social Media – Even if you don’t have time for more extensive activities, raising awareness on social media only takes a couple of minutes.

Here are a few easy steps:

1. Do you have an ACP headshot? Even if it’s only during NPAW week, update your profile photo to show you in a lab coat that identifies you as a ‘Prosthodontist’ for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.

2. Post a photo of yourself in your work environment, with colleagues, or with a patient. This is a good springboard to talking about what you do as a prosthodontist.

3. Post about NPAW leading up to the week, and during the week to help spread awareness, and ask your staff to do the same.

4. Use the hashtag #prosthodontics with your posts during NPAW.

5. Take a moment to post about why you became a prosthodontist or why you enjoy what you do. For any old friends or acquaintances who think you’re just a dentist, now is the time to set them straight!

6. Tag the ACP when posting on social media so we can share and signal boost your efforts.

Email Signature – Consider updating your signature in your email program(s) to include the NPAW logo and/or date. Here's some text that you could use:

American College of Prosthodontists
National Prosthodontics Awareness Week
April 8-14, 2018 │ GoToAPro.org

JOIN THE CELEBRATION!
Your Smile. Our Specialty.®

Share Knowledge – Every NPAW the Journal of Prosthodontics makes select articles free to the public. Please share them with colleagues and those in your network!

Take Photos – At your event put out a sign notifying attendees that photos may be taken and used to promote prosthodontics.

If you want to take a photo with a patient before and/or after their visit, have them sign this photo release form. You can keep it on file, and please also send a copy of the signed release, along with the photo itself, to media@prosthodontics.org.

Ideas for Education

National Prosthodontics Awareness Week (NPAW) is a great opportunity to connect with your local community, bringing increased attention to the specialty and your school. The goal is to raise awareness of the specialty and make sure everyone in your area understands the advanced skills and expertise that prosthodontists offer, so when it comes time for predoctoral students to pick a dental specialty, prosthodontics is at the top of their minds – and patients are waiting for them.

Please read through some of our planning tips, activity suggestions, and downloadable resources listed below to help you have a fun and successful NPAW.


Keys to Success


Start planning early – This gives you and your department time to plan without rushing and it gives your community time to learn about your events.

...But it’s never too late! – There are also plenty of activities you can start and finish during the week of NPAW, like social media.

Set a goal – Whether that goal is to connect with a certain number of predoctoral students, to host a lecture, or to expand knowledge of prosthodontics on your campus, set the goal and work toward it as a team!

What’s a prosthodontist? – Know how to answer this in a way that everyone can understand. One option is: “As a prosthodontist, I am a dental specialist with advanced training in the restoration of missing or damaged teeth. I focus on…” and name a few of the procedures you perform most often, such as dentures or dental implants.

Let us help! – Have an event or activity in mind but not sure how to pull it off? Contact the ACP. We’ll help you figure out the next steps and get the word out there.

Report your plans – Let your Section President and/or Regional Membership Director know what you are planning to do for NPAW. They will spread the word about what you’re doing.

…And report your success! – Afterward, let us know how your NPAW went by emailing a brief description and photos to media@prosthodontics.org.
 


Activity Ideas


Host a Talk – Ask an alumni, professor or other experienced prosthodontist to come and do a talk on a topic that’s of interest to your students. This could be just for those in the prosthodontics department, open to dental students, or even larger.

Have an Open House – Invite predoctoral students and your school community to come learn more about prosthodontics at an Open House. In the past, schools have had displays, done demonstrations and analyzed complicated cases. NPAW is a great opportunity to show predoctoral students the importance and excitement of prosthodontics.

Offer Free Services or Pro Bono Services – To observe NPAW, prosthodontists have also set up free oral health screenings (forms found here) as April is Oral Cancer Awareness month.

You could also choose a patient to receive pro bono care in honor of NPAW, a great way to give back and also increase awareness of prosthodontics.

Host a Celebration – Consider hosting a celebration for those on your base or in your office. This is an opportunity to show off the latest in prosthodontics to general dentists and other medical professionals you work with.

Reach Out to Your Networks - Do you know faculty members in other departments that would be willing to display a sign, have fliers, or let you have a table in their lobby for NPAW? People won’t always come to you, so you can go to them!

Conduct a Contest – Ask patients to share a testimonial on social media describing how a prosthodontic treatment has affected their life, or how it could if they have not yet been treated. The post with the most ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ could win a partial or whole treatment at a discount or for free. The contest should be focused on raising awareness of the specialty of prosthodontics and how it can change a patient’s life.

Shadowing – Invite predoctoral students and those in the dental department to shadow those in the prosthodontics department. Also, postdoctoral students could shadow an area prosthodontist to not only observe the medical cases, but also to learn about what goes into running a private practice.

Host an Alumni Event – nvite alumni that live nearby to come and impart wisdom to current prosthodontic students. NPAW is a chance to celebrate prosthodontists of every level!

Get the Word Out! – Reach out to your campus publications and media to let them know about NPAW. If you have an event planned, invite them! You can also reach out to your local media and let them know about NPAW and your event. You can download our press release template and edit it for your campus.

Make it Visual – You could print a banner with the NPAW logo, display the logo on monitors throughout your building, give out NPAW stickers to your patients, or anything else that’s visual to let people know NPAW is happening.

Get Creative – This is just a short list of suggestions based on what ACP members have done in the past. Feel free to get creative and think about what will work best for your own community. If you blaze a new trail, that’s great – let us know so we can share it with your fellow members.

Don’t forget: let us know how your NPAW went by emailing a description and photos to media@prosthodontics.org!
 


NPAW Resources


Press Release – This is a great resource to get the word out about NPAW to your local media. Download our template (PDF or Word), edit it to fit your area, and then send it to your local newspapers, magazines, TV stations and/or journals. Offer to do an in-person segment or a pre-taped interview. And if scheduling does not work around NPAW, offer to be an expert source in the future.

Letters to the Editor – Newspapers typically publish Letters to the Editor in print, online or both. This is a chance for you to present your perspective on important issues facing your community, like their oral health.

Download one of the templates provided below, edit it for your area, and then send it to your local papers. Or craft a letter of your own if there is a topic you feel very strongly about. Remember to stay brief to better your chances of being printed (and not being edited).

    - Implant-Supported Overdentures: A Removable Option with Security (PDF) (Word)
    - Loose Dentures Can Lead to Serious Health Concerns (PDF) (Word)
    - Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Missing Teeth (PDF) (Word)
    - Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Dental Implants (PDF) (Word)

Public Service Announcements (PSAs) – Many radio stations accept PSAs with helpful tips or information that will assist the public in some way. This is different than an advertisement, and could include simple oral health tips related to NPAW, or could invite the community to a free event you are hosting.

Here is 30 second PSA formatted for radio.

Proclamation Request – Many towns, cities, and states accept proclamation requests that commemorate special observances like NPAW. The easiest way to find out where to send the request is to Google “proclamation request” and your town’s name. This can also be sent to your governor or your state and national representatives. You can use the ACP's Proclamation Request template (PDF) (Word) as a starting point.

Logos – You can incorporate the ACP logo or National Prosthodontics Awareness Week logo into your NPAW promotional materials. In the past, prosthodontists have used the NPAW logo on banners, flyers, window displays, and on websites and social media.

Please read, sign, and return the ACP Logo Policy and Licensing Agreement before using the ACP logo. (This is not necessary for use of the NPAW logo.)
 


Other Easy Ways to Celebrate


Social Media – Even if you don’t have time for more extensive activities, raising awareness on social media only takes a couple of minutes.

Here are a few easy steps:

1. Do you have an ACP headshot? Even if it’s only during NPAW week, update your profile photo to show you in a lab coat that identifies you as a ‘Prosthodontist’ for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.

2. Post a photo of yourself in your work environment, with colleagues, or with a patient. This is a good springboard to talking about what you do as a prosthodontist.

3. Post about NPAW leading up to the week, and during the week to help spread awareness, and ask your staff to do the same.

4. Use the hashtag #prosthodontics with your posts during NPAW.

5. Take a moment to post about why you became a prosthodontist or why you enjoy what you do. For any old friends or acquaintances who think you’re just a dentist, now is the time to set them straight!

6. Tag the ACP when posting on social media so we can share and signal boost your efforts.

Email Signature – Consider updating your signature in your email program(s) to include the NPAW logo and/or date. Here's some text that you could use:

American College of Prosthodontists
National Prosthodontics Awareness Week
April 8-14, 2018 │ GoToAPro.org

JOIN THE CELEBRATION!
Your Smile. Our Specialty.®

Share Knowledge – Every NPAW the Journal of Prosthodontics makes select articles free to the public. Please share them with colleagues and those in your network!

Take Photos – At your event put out a sign notifying attendees that photos may be taken and used to promote prosthodontics.

If you want to take a photo with a patient before and/or after their visit, have them sign this photo release form. You can keep it on file, and please also send a copy of the signed release, along with the photo itself, to media@prosthodontics.org.

Ideas for Federal Services

National Prosthodontics Awareness Week (NPAW) is a great opportunity to connect with your local community, bringing increased attention to the specialty and your branch of the Federal Services. The goal is to raise awareness of the specialty and make sure everyone in your area understands the advanced skills and expertise that prosthodontists offer. Please read through some of our planning tips, activity suggestions, and downloadable resources to help you have a fun and successful NPAW.


Keys to Success


Start planning early – This gives you and your staff time to plan without rushing and it gives your community time to learn about your events.

...But it’s never too late! – There are also plenty of activities you can start and finish during the week of NPAW, like social media.

Set a goal for NPAW 2018 – Whether that goal is to have a certain number of attendees at a lecture, to educate individuals on a certain topic or something else that fits your department. Set the goal and work toward it as a team!

What’s a prosthodontist? – Know how to answer this in a way that everyone can understand. One option is: “As a prosthodontist, I am a dental specialist with advanced training in the restoration of missing or damaged teeth. I focus on…” and name a few of the procedures you perform most often, such as dentures or dental implants.

Let us help! – Have an event or activity in mind but not sure how to pull it off? Contact the ACP. We’ll help you figure out the next steps and get the word out there.

Report your plans – Let your Section President and/or Regional Membership Director know what you are planning to do for NPAW. They will spread the word about what you’re doing.

…And report your success! – Afterward, let us know how your NPAW went by emailing a brief description and photos to media@prosthodontics.org.
 


Activity Ideas


Give a Talk – In the past, several prosthodontists in the Federal Services have hosted lectures to help people on their base understand prosthodontics. You could focus your talk on a specific topic, do a demonstration and/or have an interactive presentation.

Offer Free Services or Pro Bono Services – To observe NPAW, prosthodontists have also set up free oral health screenings (forms found here) as April is Oral Cancer Awareness month.

You could also choose a patient to receive pro bono care in honor of NPAW.

Host a Celebration – Consider hosting a celebration for those on your base or in your office. This is an opportunity to show off the latest in prosthodontics to general dentists and other medical professionals you work with.

Reach Out to Your Networks - Do you know other departments that would be willing to display a sign, have fliers, or let you have a table in their lobby for NPAW? Could you set up free health screenings at their office, school or business? People won’t always come to you, so you can go to them!

Get Dental Schools Involved – Reach out to any nearby dental schools, whether they have a prosthodontics program or not, and try to set up a talk at the school. NPAW is a great opportunity to get predoctoral students interested in prosthodontics.

Make It Visual – You could print a banner with the NPAW logo, display the logo on monitors throughout your building, give out NPAW stickers to your patients, or anything else that’s visual to let people know NPAW is happening.

Get the Word Out! – Reach out to local media and let them know about NPAW. Offer to be interviewed, explaining the importance of prosthodontics. If you have an event, invite media to cover the event as well (if allowable). You can download one of our sample press releases for guidance.

Get Creative – This is just a short list of suggestions based on what ACP members have done in the past. Feel free to get creative and think about what will work best for your own community. If you blaze a new trail, that’s great – let us know so we can share it with your fellow members.

Don’t forget: let us know how your NPAW went by emailing a description and photos to media@prosthodontics.org!
 


NPAW Resources


Press Release – This is a great resource to get the word out about NPAW to your local media. Download our template (PDF or Word), edit it to fit your area, and then send it to your local newspapers, magazines, TV stations and/or journals. Offer to do an in-person segment or a pre-taped interview. And if scheduling does not work around NPAW, offer to be an expert source in the future.

Letters to the Editor – Newspapers typically publish Letters to the Editor in print, online or both. This is a chance for you to present your perspective on important issues facing your community, like their oral health.

Download one of the templates provided below, edit it for your area, and then send it to your local papers. Or craft a letter of your own if there is a topic you feel very strongly about. Remember to stay brief to better your chances of being printed (and not being edited).

    - Implant-Supported Overdentures: A Removable Option with Security (PDF) (Word)
    - Loose Dentures Can Lead to Serious Health Concerns (PDF) (Word)
    - Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Missing Teeth (PDF) (Word)
    - Prosthodontists: The Specialists for Dental Implants (PDF) (Word)

Public Service Announcements (PSAs) – Many radio stations accept PSAs with helpful tips or information that will assist the public in some way. This is different than an advertisement, and could include simple oral health tips related to NPAW, or could invite the community to a free event you are hosting.

Here is 30 second PSA formatted for radio.

Proclamation Request – Many towns, cities, and states accept proclamation requests that commemorate special observances like NPAW. The easiest way to find out where to send the request is to Google “proclamation request” and your town’s name. This can also be sent to your governor or your state and national representatives. You can use the ACP's Proclamation Request template (PDF) (Word) as a starting point.

Logos – You can incorporate the ACP logo or National Prosthodontics Awareness Week logo into your NPAW promotional materials. In the past, prosthodontists have used the NPAW logo on banners, flyers, window displays, and on websites and social media.

Please read, sign, and return the ACP Logo Policy and Licensing Agreement before using the ACP logo. (This is not necessary for use of the NPAW logo.)
 


Other Easy Ways to Celebrate


Social Media – Even if you don’t have time for more extensive activities, raising awareness on social media only takes a couple of minutes.

Here are a few easy steps:

1. Do you have an ACP headshot? Even if it’s only during NPAW week, update your profile photo to show you in a lab coat that identifies you as a ‘Prosthodontist’ for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.

2. Post a photo of yourself in your work environment, with colleagues, or with a patient. This is a good springboard to talking about what you do as a prosthodontist.

3. Post about NPAW leading up to the week, and during the week to help spread awareness, and ask your staff to do the same.

4. Use the hashtag #prosthodontics with your posts during NPAW.

5. Take a moment to post about why you became a prosthodontist or why you enjoy what you do. For any old friends or acquaintances who think you’re just a dentist, now is the time to set them straight!

6. Tag the ACP when posting on social media so we can share and signal boost your efforts.

Email Signature – Consider updating your signature in your email program(s) to include the NPAW logo and/or date. Here's some text that you could use:

American College of Prosthodontists
National Prosthodontics Awareness Week
April 8-14, 2018 │ GoToAPro.org

JOIN THE CELEBRATION!
Your Smile. Our Specialty.®

Share Knowledge – Every NPAW the Journal of Prosthodontics makes select articles free to the public. Please share them with colleagues and those in your network!

Take Photos – At your event put out a sign notifying attendees that photos may be taken and used to promote prosthodontics.

If you want to take a photo with a patient before and/or after their visit, have them sign this photo release form. You can keep it on file, and please also send a copy of the signed release, along with the photo itself, to media@prosthodontics.org.

Report Your NPAW Activities!

We want to see how YOU are celebrating NPAW! Email your plans and activities (with photos or screenshots) to media@prosthodontics.org.

Photos and descriptions may appear in the ACP Messenger, ACP Annual Report, and other publications to promote NPAW and prosthodontics.

2018 NPAW Subcommittee

Dr. Avinash S. Bidra, Co-Chair
Dr. Elaine Torres-Melendez, Co-Chair
Dr. Natalie Baker
Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
Dr. Derek Gatta
Dr. Lauren H. Katz
Dr. Edmond H.N. Pow
Dr. Naif Sinada
Dr. Charlene Solomon
Dr. Hai Zhang

NPAW Archives

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