GV Black Dental Society - Welcome
The G. V. Black District Dental Society is a component (local dental society) of the Illinois State Dental Society and American Dental Association and has been serving the profession of dentistry since 1929.
The Society was named in honor of Dr. Greene Vardiman Black, who was born in 1836 in central Illinois and is known as "one of the founders of modern dentistry". Today, the Society has 155 members who are located in Sangamon, Logan, Menard, Cass, Morgan, Scott and Montgomery counties and a portion of Macoupin County within Illinois. Members includes general practitioners as well as dental specialists.
The mission of the G. V. Black District Dental Society
"The object of the Society shall be to promote the public welfare by the advancement of the dental profession in education, science and mutual fellowship, by uniting with other local organizations as components of the Illinois State Dental Society and the American Dental Association, by advocacy of appropriate legislation and by cooperation with other health care entities in matters of mutual interest and advantage of the public."
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