Dental Professional Frequent Asked Questions:
How do I become a member of the Capital Area Dental Society?
You are eligible to join the Capital Area Dental Society if you first join the Texas Dental Association. Forms can be obtained on the TDA website or by calling the TDA at 512-443-3675.
Why can’t I see the Member Directory?
The Member Directory is accessible to members only. You can start the process of becoming a CADS member by joining the TDA as instructed above.
How do I sign in to see Member content?
Click on the Members Only menu tab.
What if I forget my password?
If you forget your password, there is “Forgot your Password?” prompt under the Sign In form which you can click to have it emailed to you. This is an automated process, and sometimes it takes a couple of minutes for you to receive your email.
Can I change my password?
Yes. You can change your password in your User Profile once you have logged in.
How do I register for an event?
Posts about upcoming events will include a link to our registration form. Links to events are also available on the Event Calendar.
Can I register online for General Membership Meetings?
Yes! We encourage you to register online, and online registration is required if you would like to pay with a credit card. Links to registration are included on the meeting announcement post, in the digital version of The Capital Star, and in the CADS Weekly Update email. You can still register by phone by calling the CADS Office. Please note that only checks and cash are accepted at the door.
General Public Frequently Asked Questions:
I’m looking for a new dentist. Where do I go to find one near me?
Use the Find A Dentist application on the bottom right of the Texas Dental Association homepage to find a member dentist within a specified radius of your zip code.
I have a general dental question. Where do I find answers I can trust?
The Patient Resources page on the Texas Dental Association website has a extensive information on a variety of dental topics or check out the Patient Resources links at the bottom of our homepage.
Where can I find more information about fluoride, its safety, and its benefit to my oral health?