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Thank you for doing the HPDA 2018 survey.  One lucky dentist won 2 tickets to our wine tour on June 15th. To see the survey results, click here.


Halton Peel Dental Association (HPDA)

Dr. Sunita Joshi – 2016-2017 HPDA President, Dr. Kelvin Fung– President, Dr. Keith Da Silva – Past President, Dr. Dick Yu – Vice President, Dr. Rand Al-Hafidh – Treasurer

HPDA is a component society of the Ontario Dental Association (ODA). Our association provides continuing education and social events to our members.  HPDA is active in representing dentists in the Halton Region and Region of Peel at ODA Council, April’s Oral Health Month and as Political Contact Dentists.   To become a member, you must be a current ODA Dentist.

Our Objectives are:

  • To be a voluntary, non-profit professional organization of the ODA in the Halton Region and Region of Peel and to represent them to other bodies.
  • To encourage the improvement of the oral and overall health of the public.
  • To promote the mutual improvement of its members and the advancement of dentistry.
  • To cultivate harmony, professional support and good fellowship among its members.
  • To be an integral and active component of the ODA

2018 HPDA Events

 

The Halton Peel Dental Association does not endorse speaker content, products or services presented at its lectures and workshops.  Any references by speakers to products, services, equipment and techniques refer to their individual beliefs and do not reflect those of the Halton Peel Dental Association.

Information on speakers, sessions, dates and locations are correct as of the time of posting.  Please refer back to the website for the most up-to-date information.

Please note that there are potential risks involved in using new techniques or procedures without having fully attained a competency level to practice them.