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The AACD is Here for You: COVID 19 Resources for You and Your Dental Team

While the AACD's main priority is the welfare of our people, we remain open for business and resolute in delivering on the AACD mission of advancing excellence in the art and science of comprehensive cosmetic dentistry and encouraging the highest standards of ethical conduct and responsible patient care.

In our 35-year history, we've weathered the storms of 9-11, the War Against Terrorism, and eight recessions. Today, we remain at your service. Our team is operating remotely and communicating with members and stakeholders every weekday. Our boards and committees continue to meet and make future-focused decisions on behalf of our membership

Right now, we want to make sure our members have the resources they need to navigate this unprecedented time. So we've gathered them here and will continue to add to them as they become available. We want to help keep you and your business safe and put the COVID-19 virus behind us, not knowing how much time that will take.

But it will end. And demand will return.

Thank you for letting the AACD be a part of your world. And when this ends, let's all meet in Colorado for AACD 2021 and celebrate, high-five, hug, and make new friends. Until then, please take care of yourself!

Below, we have provided resource suggestions for navigating through this uncertain time.

What We Should Do Right Now | Immediate Needs

Utilize our COVID-19 Resources
AACD Learning Path

Crisis Management Learning Path is designed to help learners understand how to handle and manage unexpected crisis situations

AACD Webinars
  • Upcoming Webinars

    • April 8, 2:00 pm CDT

      • How to Develop a 90-Day Plan in the Wake of COVID: Understanding the CARES Act 

    • April 13, 2:00 pm CDT

      • 5 Secrets to Success for Using Virtual Consults in Your Practice - Register Here

    • April 15, 2:00 pm CDT

    • April 22, 2:00 pm CDT

      • Bouncing Back to a Comeback - COMING SOON

  • Recorded Webinars

Research - State of the Cosmetic Dentistry Industry Survey Report 2019

While times may be tough right now for dental professionals, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry 2019 State of the Industry Survey supports earlier data that the field of cosmetic dentistry will continue to thrive and grow. The AACD is encouraged to share the results in preparation for the period of recovery and the post-COVID demand surge, which is sure to come.

This survey of dental professionals conducted by the AACD reveals that cosmetic procedures continue to bring life and revenue to dental practices. The survey includes a snapshot of the current dentist and practice demographics, plus promising findings relating to the growth of cosmetic dentistry as a whole and can be used to make informed decisions for your practice.  

Answered FAQs

What would allow my practice to charge more for our services?

What were the most common dental procedures of 2019?

What are some must-have dental tools for 2020?

How do I grow my profit margin?

Should my practice focus more on cosmetic dentistry?

Where is the cosmetic dentistry market going?

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Rollover/Refund your Conference Registration

If you are currently registered for AACD 2020 Orlando, which has been canceled due to the ongoing threat posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Click here for more information on the conference cancellation and what steps you should take.

Utilize These Other COVID-19 Resources
Reach Out to Congress

Demonstrate how dentistry is being negatively affected by COVID-19. Let your Members of Congress know how important the provisions in the final version of the CARES Act are for your dental practice and other small businesses across the country. This is the 3rd Legislative Package that Congress will pass to address the effects of the coronavirus.

Click below and follow the easy directions. Each survey takes approximately 2-3 minutes each:


Additional Webinars


  • An invitation from Dr. Buddy Mopper to join his FREE webinar series, "Composite Power"

Ivoclar Vivadent


  • These 2 sound current: Creating a Game Plan for Now and Then: Part 1 – What Now? (April 7th) - Register Here

  • Creating a Game Plan for Now and Then: Part 2 – What Then? (April 14th) - Register Here

Communication Templates

Golden Proportions

  • Templates on how to communicate with patients and social post ideas

My Social Practice

  • Post these graphics on social media from home to let your patients know you're here! Free COVID-19 Downloads.​​​​​

COVID-19 Survival Guides and Tips


All-Star Dental Academy

  • Coronavirus Survival Kit for Dentists​​​​​​ Including:

    • Videos on: Employment Issues, Practice Management Issues, Technology & Privacy Issues, Training While the Office is Closed, and more

    • Emergency Loans | Small Business Guide and Checklist

    • Articles on How to Maintain Peace and Positivity 

    • Free E-Books & Courses

Dental Post

  • COVID-19 Resources & Projections Covering:

    • Patient Management Resources & Resources for Taking On Emergency Patients During This Time

    • Relief Program News Updates

    • COVID-19 Tracker By State

    • Government & Industry Authorities & Other Trusted Dental Resources

Cain Watters & Associates

  • COVID-19 Resources & News Updates Covering:

    • Managing Cash Flow

    • Staff & Closure Options

    • Recap on Relief Bill, Tax Extensions, and More

    • Corona Virus Impact on Market Volatility

Dental Revenue

Golden Proportions

Infinity Dental Web

  • ​​​​​​Data on the Effect of COVID-19 on Dental Practices

Helpful Articles



Sage Dental Consulting

Theresa Narantic

Mary Osborne

Infinity Dental Web


Dr. Paul Homoly

What You Can Do During This Quarantine Period

Earn CE/Refresh Your Clinical Knowledge
What You Can Do to Help Fight COVID-19
  • Take care of your health by staying home

  • Donate supplies you’re not using to medical facilities testing for COVID-19, like gloves, masks, sanitizer, etc.

For up to date COVID-19 information please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) websites.




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