The Ohio EFDA Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit trade organization.

 

As the only voice for EDFAs in Ohio, our primary goal is to increase dental and public awareness of expanded functions. We aid in the stability of the profession by providing a voice in the public policy process.  

Some of our member benefits:

 

• Being informed concerning the constant changes to our profession

 

• Having a voice in Ohio public policy

 

• Continuing restorative education at little or no cost​

 

• Notification and discounts on CEU course

 

• Job opening information

 

• Mentoring service for practicing EFDAs and EFDA students

 

• Stay tuned for vendor discounts available only to our members!

About Us
Board of Directors

          Beth Walchuck,  EFDA                                                           Lisa Rager, CODA, EFDA                                                                  Brad Hylan, DDS

                    President                                                                                     Vice President                                                                            Secretary Treasurer

         Colleen Vienna, DDS                                                            Rachel Leatherberry, EFDA                                                       Mackenzie Smith, EFDA                                                                                          

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   Issue 1 - Winter 2017/2018                                                       

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Contact Us

Email us at info@ohioefda.org with any questions and we'll get back to you as quickly as possible.

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The only voice for EDFAs in Ohio, our primary goal is to increase dental and public awareness of expanded functions. We aid in the stability of the profession by providing a voice in the public policy process.