- How do I become a member?
- Is the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics part of the general prosthodontic dental community?
- How many meetings does the Academy have every year?
- How can I as a non-member attend the annual scientific session?
Q: Is the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics part of the general prosthodontic dental community?
A: Yes, the GNYAP participates in national prosthodontic issues, either as an independent organization or together with the AmericanCollege of Prosthodontists via the Prosthodontic Forum.
Q: How many meetings does the Academy have every year?
A: Each year there are quarterly Board meetings, numerous committee meetings, 2 membership business meetings and 2 scientific sessions. Non-members may attend the annual scientific session held in early December.
Q: How can I as a non-member attend the annual scientific session?
A: Guests may be invited to this meeting by contacting any member for information or Carol Bensky in our executive offices at (201) 440-6522.
Q: What is the Prosthodontic Forum?
A: The Forum is a group of regional and national dental organizations with a particular and specific interest in prosthodontics. The Forum is sponsored through the AmericanCollege of Prosthodontics and meets at least annually. Issues addressed by the Forum are not directly related to a scientific meeting.