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MDDS has been serving as the voice for the Denver dental community for over 100 years. MDDS’s quarterly Articulator magazine contains the latest in local dental news, practice management information, volunteer and outreach activities, dental education, membership announcements and much more! 72% of all licensed dentists in the metro area receive the Articulator as a member benefit. Estimated readership is 2,000 (5,500 for the 4th Quarter/RMDC issue).

2023 Articulator Media Kit Cover

Advertising in the Articulator

The Articulator provides direct access to the very targeted audience of the Denver dental community. For further information on advertising in the Articulator contact:

Cara Stan, Director of Marketing & Membership
P 303.488.9700 x3270
F 303.488.0177


The Metro Denver Dental Society is a not-for-profit component society of the American Dental Association and the Colorado Dental Association.

The MDDS is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. MDDS designates courses for the number of CE hours listed with each course. MDDS credits are approved by the AGD for Fellowship and Mastership credits.

Course Disclaimer: MDDS makes every effort to present high caliber speakers in their respective areas of expertise. MDDS courses are offered as information only and not as financial, accounting, legal or other professional advice. Attendees must consult with their own professional advisers. In addition, each participant must decide the merit and practicality of the material presented. The ideas and comments expressed during the courses are not necessarily endorsed by or are those of MDDS. MDDS warns attendees about the potential risks of using limited knowledge when integrating new techniques into your practices.