Take the AACD’s 2011 Industry Survey and Win a Kindle!



MADISON, Wis. (10/19/11)—The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry is giving away Kindle Touch readers to five individuals who are among the first 100 respondents of its 2011 industry survey. The winners will be selected at random.

The AACD’s 2011 State of the Cosmetic Dentistry Survey aims to gather data that will provide in-depth analysis of the continued and projected growth in cosmetic dentistry, the demographics making up typical patient bases nationwide, and more insights into the ever-evolving field of cosmetic dentistry.

“The AACD has always been an industry leader, and now it’s time to see how our member dentists and others are performing in this economy,” said AACD President John Sullivan, DDS. “We anticipate that the industry is still experiencing growth—even in this tough economy—and we want to validate just how well it’s doing.”

The AACD previously conducted an industry survey in 2007, but held off on performing a follow-up survey due to the unfavorable economic climate. “The results would have been skewed as many of our members, and dentists nationwide, had to make adjustments to their practices to avoid the effects of the economic downturn," Sullivan said.

The AACD hopes to release the results of its survey in the coming months. Any practicing dentist is eligible to complete the survey.

To take the survey, click here.

About the AACD

The AACD is the world’s largest non-profit member organization dedicated to advancing excellence in comprehensive oral care that combines art and science to optimally improve dental health, esthetics, and function. Comprised of more than 6,300 cosmetic dental professionals in 70 countries worldwide, the AACD fulfills its mission by offering superior educational opportunities, promoting and supporting a respected Accreditation credential, serving as a user-friendly and inviting forum for the creative exchange of knowledge and ideas, and providing accurate and useful information to the public and the profession.