WHERE & HOW TO GET VACINATED - 1A,Tier 2 (Dentists)

Public Health of Seattle King County (PHSKC) requested SKDS post Phase Finder. Several larger healthcare providers have come online this week and there are open spots to schedule vaccinations. 
Phase Finder (Beta)  

COVID Vaccination Sites in King County –Individuals in 1A tier 2 (or above status)
Vaccination Site Locator
King County Medical Society's website which is acting as a clearing house to match open spots with those eligible per Phase Finder. 

Swedish Hospital (Seattle) opened a healthcare provider clinic (for un-affiliated healthcare workers like dentists) in conjunction with Seattle University and has spots available this week.

Updated 1/11/2021 @ 3:30 PM


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Use After Phase Finder Determines Eligibility

Vaccination Sites
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Phase Finder (Beta)

Use Phase Finder to Establish 1A Tier 2 status Eligibility for Vaccinations in Washington State

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Welcome to the Seattle-King County Dental Society!

The Seattle-King County Dental Society is a membership organization of over 1,800 dentists practicing in King County, Washington. We are a component society of the Washington State Dental Association and the American Dental Association.  If you would like to learn more about the dental society, please click here.

Our dentists enjoy numerous member benefits from their tripartite membership. To apply for membership, visit our Membership Application page or contact us for more information.

Teledentistry Training Required… SKCDS' New Dentist Committee got you covered!

To help member dentists fulfill the state mandated teledentistry CDE requirement, SKCDS’ New Dentist Committee (NDC) is proud to offer a course on Teledentistry on January 19, 2021 at 6:30. The featured speaker is Dr. Nathan Suter. This is the kickoff program for the 2021 NDC virtual CDE series. Advanced registration is required to attend. Participation is complimentary to SKCDS members, any ADA member dentists and students. Non-Members register by calling SKCDS Office at 206-448-6615.   

Teledentistry Registration

Special thanks to our sponsor, the Arcora Foundation.

Dr. Kevin Kwiecien:  Airway in the Restorative Practice - An Interdisciplinary Approach 

The correlation to worn teeth, TMD, GERD, and sleep is well-documented. A protocol to examine, identify, and treat is critical for the restorative dentist, as well as the inter-disciplinary team. A comprehensive approach can result in a state-of-the-art diagnostic process and thereby resulting in optimal care. This topic will be relevant with general practitioners, as well as orthodontists, surgeons, and other specialists. The meeting will be held Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 6:30 - 9:00 PM and 2 CE credits will be awarded. Meetings are free to members, but you must register in advance. This meeting will be offered virtually through Zoom, please register using the link below

SKCDS Members Mtg & Airway CDE Registration 

Special thanks to our sponsor, the Arcora Foundation



  • Member Meeting: Airway in the Restorative Practice

    Tue, Jan 26, 2021 | 6:30 PM - Tue, Jan 26, 2021 | 8:30 PM
    The correlation to worn teeth, TMD, GERD, and sleep is well-documented. A protocol to examine, identify, and treat is critical for the restorative dentist, as well as the inter-disciplinary team. Dental sleep disorders and tooth wear are associated with each other, and all are common multifactorial conditions.
  • Dr. Art DiMarco: Local Anesthesia Updates – Playing the Odds

    Thu, Jan 28, 2021 | 6:30 PM - Thu, Jan 28, 2021 | 8:30 PM
    By the time the FDA approved articaine in the US, dentists in a European country with a population of more than 80 million were already very familiar with its abilities. Recent evidence significantly raises the ante. More popular in medicine perhaps because of the simplicity of their formulations, some specific drug combinations demonstrated superior effectiveness compared with vasoconstrictor-containing local anesthetics currently available in dental cartridges


  • Jan 13, 2021

    Department of Health Vaccine Prioritization Guidance

    The Washington State Department of Health has developed this guidance for COVID-19 vaccine allocation and prioritization to facilitate harmonized planning for distribution across Washington State. GOAL: To reduce severe morbidity and mortality and negative societal impact due to the transmission of SARS-CoV-2
  • Nov 3, 2020

    Learn How to Mitigate Risk in your Practice and Save 5% on Insurance!

    Calibrate Your Risk Radar: Recognizing potential risks in patient care and case selection will help you identify the warning signs of a problem patient or adverse outcome


Your Success fuels SKCDS Success - Under the Member Login drop down menu - go to RESOURCES and SKCDS has compiled a list of vendors with PPE supplies for your offices. Our Members requested this information, SKCDS Leadership ​listened and we are providing ​dentists the resources to help protect our patients, the public, your team and yourself. We are better - together.
Drs. Baruffi, Christianl. Trembly, Kennedy, Skigaki and many more working for our dentists and profession

Fit Testing for PPE is Underway!

SKCDS in ​partnership with WSDA, has gathered, and trained, a group of volunteers to provide Fit Tests to King County dental offices. This service is FREE to members. For non-members, we request a donation of $100, per office, to purchase supplies so the program may continue. To schedule a fit test for your office, go to the "Members Login" ​Drop Down Tab - select "Resources", there members will find ​a list of volunteers. Contact 1-2 volunteers located geographically closest to your office. Volunteers will schedule their own testing visits based upon availability. Non-member dental offices can contact SKCDS to make a donation and ​gain access to the names of Fit Test volunteers. We ask that dental offices coordinate with their Fit Test volunteers to mitigate risks. Depending on the number of people needing to be fit tested, the test fit process takes about 1 hour to complete. For more information or if a non-member dentist, please contact Sandra at sandra@skcds.com or call 206-448-6620.

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COVID-19  Resources for Members

See below ​for a regularly updated list of upcoming COVID-19 related classes

**Please see our "Continuing Education" section for a full list of past webinars**

Human Resource Questions?

Mr. Paul Schaber ​of The Management Trust can answer 20-30 minutes of HR questions for SKCDS members. To access th​is ​MEMBER BENEFIT - log into SKCDS's Resources "Home Page" for contact information.

ADA Continues to Fight the Opioid Epidemic 

• National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

•The ADA addresses the opioid crisis -  Read the statement 
• ADA.org/opioids
• MouthHealthy.org/Opioids.