NZDOHTA BoardWelcome on board Harriet Mackie and Viktoria Jang who have both joined the NZDOHTA Board.
Upcoming eventsNZDHA/NZDOHTA Annual Conference – Early bird special is available, don’t miss the great deal!
Become a memberMembers help preserve and promote the interests of the dental ∧ oral health therapy professions. Through their collective membership they enhance the professional profile of dental & oral health.
NZDOHTA Membership runs from 1st April until 31st March each year.
Your first point of contact for all matters related to NZ Dental & Oral Health Therapists Association.
The oral health of New Zealanders has improved over the years, but dental decay remains the most prevalent irreversible chronic disease in New Zealand.
Oral health is a crucial part of our general health and is more than just looking after our mouth and teeth. Recent research on the links between oral and systemic health clearly show that it is vital that all
communities, young and old, are exposed to health promotion and disease prevention messages.
Oral health therapists work alongside other health professionals in oral health care teams and have skills in dental therapy, dental hygiene and health promotion. They provide treatment and education
to help us keep our smiles bright and healthy for a lifetime.
Oral health therapists must be registered with the Dental Council of New Zealand and hold an Annual Practicing Certificate (APC).