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The Journal first appeared in 1945 when a group of academics recognised the need for a scientific publication by the professional association. It has been publicised without a break since then, and is available 10 times per annum (Feb–Nov) in English.
The SADJ’s purpose is to provide a platform for both scientific content and for the dissemination of news pertinent to the members of the Association. The SADJ is the only accredited dental journal in Southern Africa.
The South African Dental Association is extremely proud of their members in particular those who under the age of 35 years and members of the Young Dentists’ Council.
The YDC encourages new blood and thinking in the Association keeping it vibrant and up-to-date with not only dental techniques but with practice requirements.
SADA offer a dedicated mediation service for both the dentist and members of the public.
Should disputes or enquiries arise regarding treatment, procedures, costs or claims between practitioner, patient and or schemes our Dental Mediator will offer unbiased ethical responses and advice.