The Board does not take walk-in appointments. The Board staff are available via phone, email and by appointment.

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Arizona State Board Dental Examiners' COVID-19 Updates:
As the facts and situations around COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continue to evolve, please stay up to date with the current COVID-19 information and its impact on dentistry in Arizona.
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Protecting Yourself From ID Theft and Scams In The Workplace
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"New" Address of Record
Dentist Computer
Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances
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Caring for the Public's Dental Health
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Who We Are

The Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners is a group of 11 volunteers - appointed by the Governor - to serve up to two four-year terms. The 11-member board is made up of six licensed dentists, two licensed dental hygienists, two public members an one business entity member. 

What We Do

The Board examines and licenses individuals who provide dental services. Individuals who provide dental services include dentists, dental therapists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, denturists and dental business entities.  The Board also accepts complaints against licensed and unlicensed individuals, investigates allegations and takes disciplinary actions for violations of law. The Board oversees over 10,500 licensees practicing in the state and serves all Arizona citizens who receive dental services.

Notices for all Board/Committee Meetings

Meetings are posted at 1740 West Adams Street, Phoenix, AZ 85007. Notices may also be obtained on Board Meeting, Agendas and Minutes.

July 28, 2022

The Board has filed a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking ("NPR") in order to amend its rules related to Dental Therapy.  An Oral Proceeding will be held as follows:

         Date:                  July 28, 2022 

         Time:                  10:00 AM         

         Location:           Virtual Format

                                   Video call link: meet.google.com/jyk-npkr-vid

   

Recent News

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Licensees are now required to renew their license on or before their birthday every three years.

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Licensees are now required to renew their license on or before their birthday every three years.

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