All members of the Association certify that they are in full compliance with all federal, provincial, municipal, local laws, statutes, regulations, directives, ordinances and without limitation, all other legal requirements applicable to the regulation of the dental industry, including the DiAC Code of Ethics, Inclusion Policy and By-Laws.
DiAC members gain a key competitive advantage and access to industry information, insights, best practices, support and business opportunities via:
Networking & Business Growth
Get to know industry leaders at networking events, conventions, and meetings throughout the year.
Cultivate referral contacts and build relationships with distributors across the industry that you can't get anywhere else.
Tap into industry insights, trends, and solutions through DiAC'S partnerships with all relevant agencies, associations, and affiliates.
Regulatory Advocacy & Education
Stay abreast of the rapidly evolving regulatory landscape.
Contribute your feedback to government consultations.
Take advantage of learning opportunities with DiAC's Health Canada contacts.
Gain an advantage to competition with access to comprehensive industry data on product purchases, financing, and marketing.
Enjoy access to DiAC's proprietary research, the annual Future of Dentistry survey report.
Who can become a member of DiAC?
As an Industry Association, DiAC members are companies - not individual practitioners. To be eligible for DiAC membership, an organization's scope of business must fall into one of the following categories:
Commercial Dental Laboratory
Dental Product Distributor
Dental Service Organization (DSO)
Dental Product Manufacturer
Professional Service Provider to Dental Industry