DDPA

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AcronymDefinition
DDPADelta Dental Plans Association
DDPADurban Declaration and Programme of Action (UN declaration against racism)
DDPADet Danske Petroleums-Aktieselskab (Danish: The Danish-Petroleum Company)
DDPADevelopmental Disabilities Provider Association (Arkansas)
DDPADesertification, Drought, Poverty and Agriculture (partnership)
DDPADiffuseur Dynamique Professionnel d'Ambiance (French: Dynamic Professional Diffuser Channels)
DDPADelta Dental Plan of Arkansas (insurance; also seen as DDPAR)
DDPADoncaster Disabled Peoples Alliance (UK)
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"If and when [a] connection is found, the discovery can lead to earlier, better treatment and preventive management," says Roger Smith, D.D.S., chairperson of Delta Dental Plans Association's dental policy committee.
Delta Dental Plans Association, based in Oak Brook, Illinois, is the national association of Delta Dental member companies, which serve more than 73 million Americans.
He also represents the Delta Dental Plans Association on the ANSI/ADA Standards Committee for Dental Informatics where he chairs the working group on electronic clinical risk assessment software.
However, employees might decide to opt out of a dental plan for themselves, to afford a dental plan for their children, says Chris Pyle, spokesman for the Delta Dental Plans Association in Oak Brook, Ill.
The Delta Dental Plans Association has an idea for a way for employers and their benefits advisors to improve the health of the nation for decades to come: Persuade parents and guardians to get their kids to brush and floss.
When the Delta Dental Plans Association, Oak Brook, Ill., conducted a survey of parents and other people who care for young children, it found that 87% of the parents and guardians agreed that getting good dental care for children is as important as getting children good medical care.
Both are part of the Illinois-based Delta Dental Plans Association, which covers more than 30 million people nationwide.
You don't even have to take our readers' word for it: Earlier this year, a Delta Dental Plans Association study found brokers ranked the carrier first because of its customer service, sheer network size and quick claims processing (among other things).
The Delta Dental Plans Association, Oak Brook, Ill., which represents a group of nonprofit dental carriers, has posted a collection of position papers and fact sheets at www.advanceoralhealth.
The Delta Dental Plans Association, Oak Brook, Ill., a group that represents 39 dental plans, has started promoting its own reform proposal.
resident over age 65 now has 24 natural teeth left, up from an average of seven in 1960, according to the Delta Dental Plans Association, Oak Brook, Ill.