The Connecticut Society of Pediatric Dentistry is a mission driven organization that serves to organize pediatric dentists in the state of Connecticut. Our mission to serve the infants, children, adolescents and persons with special health care needs is accomplished in having a strong organization that shapes oral health in Connecticut. Our leadership works with the state and federal government while collaborating with local and national dental societies to achieve the best oral health possible for the Connecticut pediatric population.
The board of the CSPD has meetings four times a year, and always welcomes new members. The board serves to drive the mission of the organization, while also voluntarily serving to govern the organization.
Two state meetings are held every year, a spring and fall gathering with national and local speakers on relevant issues to a pediatric dental practice.
The society is an organization of dental specialists who whose primary concern is the practice teaching and research specifically related to the specialty of pediatric dentistry and whose members reside and or practice within the boundaries of the state of Connecticut. The society’s purpose shall be the advancement of the specialty of pediatric dentistry for the benefit and the health of the public attainment of its express purpose shall be achieved by dedication of the following objectives:
- This society shall promote the achievement of a high ethical standard of practice, education, and research in the art and science of all phases of dentistry for children adolescents and persons with special health needs.
- This society shall promote education of health professionals and the public concerning scientific advancements in the dental and general health of children.
- The society shall represent it’s membership and areas of public relations in governmental, healthcare groups, insurance agencies the lay public and the interest of the Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.