We offer high-quality, competitively priced educational programs throughout the year. Whether face-to-face or online, our programs give you the chance to learn and network.
Whether you’re selling a practice, looking for space, or pursuing new opportunities, look no further than our CDS dental classifieds, which receive more than 100,000 online views annually. Ads are also published in the CDS Review, the official magazine of the society.
Network with your colleagues and
other members of the dental community with the tools and resources in this
Nine convenient branches:
Informing members of the latest issues in dentistry is our mission. While we cover issues of national importance to the profession, we focus on news that affects our region and local communities.
Join us February 25 - 27, 2016, for three days of the best in lectures, hand-on learning and exhibits all conveniently located within Chicago's McCormick Place West!
The CDS Foundation is dedicated to strengthening dental education and improving oral health care in our communities. We are a charitable 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
Blue dates indicate one or more events
Join over 4,000CDS members.Stay connected!
Not a member?
Meridian Banquets, 1701 Algonquin Rd., Rolling Meadows
Gibson’s Bar and Steakhouse, 5464 N. River Rd., Rosemont
The Chicago Dental Society held its Regional Meeting Jan. 15 at the Drury Lane Oak Brook,
Oakbrook Terrace. CDS President Richard Holba called the meeting to order at 9:10 a.m.
Attention was directed to the minutes of the meeting of Nov. 13. Inasmuch as the official minutes of the meeting of Nov. 13 had not yet been published, Dr. Holba said he would forego the reading and approval of the minutes until everyone had an opportunity to review them.
There were no reports of the Board, Standing or Special committees.
There was no unfinished business to report, and no new business to present.
With no further business, Dr. Holba called upon the Regional Meeting Program Chair Hugo Bertagni to introduce David Meinz, who then presented the program “32 Teeth and 100 Birthdays."
The meeting was adjourned at approximately 2:20 p.m.
A tradition of working for the dental profession. The Chicago Dental Society was organized in 1864 and incorporated in 1878. The objective of the Chicago Dental Society is to encourage the improvement of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the intrest of the members of the profession and the public that it serves.
401 North Michigan AvenueSuite 200Chicago, Illinois 60611