Providing public protection through the regulation of competent practitioners; promoting excellence in oral health care and advocating for the health and safety of dental assistants.
The Saskatchewan Dental Assistants’ Association (SDAA) is the regulatory body whose primary purpose is to provide public protection through the regulation of competent dental assistants. The Dental Disciplines Act requires the SDAA to set minimum practice standards for new applicants, and annual requirements to ensure registered licensees meet safe practice requirements.
Practice Licence: $225
Non Practice Licence: $110
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