Updated September 22, 2021

The progression of COVID-19 in our communities is creating enormous uncertainty, especially for general dentists. Sustaining your practices, worrying about supply shortages, adjusting procedures to ensure safety precautions and avoiding potential exposures while dealing with the economic effects and your employees' needs is tougher than anything we've ever experienced.

AGD has updated our COVID-19 resources to provide you with support during this crisis. Check back regularly for updates.



Staying Connected: An AGD Webinar Series



Jul. 27, 2022 at 7:00 AM - Jul. 30, 2022 7:00 PM
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AGD comments on OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). 8.20.21

AGD Joins Coalition to Urge President Biden to Support Healthy Workplace Tax Credit 5.5.21

AGD sends letter to support Healthy Workplaces Tax Credit Act HR1944 3.18.21

AGD urges Biden administration to allow COVID-19 Vaccine be administered by dentists

AGD joins coalition to ask CDC for clarification on vaccine prioritization. 12.16.20

Paycheck Protection Program Overview 

HHS Announces Provider Relief Fund Reporting Requirements

AGD sends letter to sponsors of the Small Business Comeback Act endorsing the legislation. 6.8.20

CARES Act Provider Relief Fund 

PPPFA Offers New Support 

AGD sends letter to OSHA asking for latitude on PPE combinations and guidance. 6.4.20

AGD joins the Organized Dentistry Coalition to support S.3716, the Main Street Enhancement & Safety Act. 6.1.20 

Dr. White sends letter of support for H.R. 7010, Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act. 5.28.20  

AGD joins the Organized Dentistry Coalition to support H.R. 6886, PPP Flexibility Act. 5.27.20  

AGD joins the Organized Dentistry Coalition to support S. 3833, PPP Extension Act. 5.27.20  




Stay informed 

Check out This Week at AGD for regular updates and news items on COVID-19.

AGD Connect Community on Coronavirus

To help you connect with other general dentists about ways they are navigating this new territory, AGD has created online communities so that you can share information and connect with other members.  (We also have a separate community for dental students.) To sign up for these communities, please email




Medical Literature

Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 

New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)