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What does ADA stand for?
ADA stands for American Dental Association
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- Allowance for Doubtful Accounts (business accounting)
- Alpha Dressage Association (Florida)
- Alternate Delay Accumulation
- Alternative Discipline Agreement
- Alternative Distribution Alliance
- American Dairy Association
- American Dance Asylum
- American Dance Awards
- American Decency Association
- American Defense Agency (fictitious organization in novel by Dylan Diggs)
- American Diabetes Association
- American Dietetic Association
- Americans for Democratic Action
- Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (US)
- Amici dell'Arte (Italian: Friends of Art)
- Amiga Demoscene Archive
- Analog/Digital/Analog (audio CD format, recording/mixing/mastering)
- Analysis & Design of Algorithms
- Ancillary Data Access
- Angus Dortmans Associates, Inc (Mississauga, ON, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The EPA has met with the American Dental Association to discuss ways to further reduce the use of mercury in fillings.
The American Dental Association (ADA) argues, "A majority of bottled waters on the market do not contain optimal levels of fluoride.
According to the Chicago-based American Dental Association (ADA), the new study supports its "strong recommendation that dental sealants be used as appropriate.
Sara Harms, Teledyne Water Pik's vice president of oral health noted that all of the Company's consumer oral care products have been accepted by the American Dental Association.
The American Dental Association (ADA), the largest and oldest organization of dentists, said last December, "There has been considerable scientific study of amalgam and no documented evidence to support the contention that amalgam, or the mercury contained in amalgam, has any deleterious effect on the health or physical wellbeing of the millions of patients served throughout the world.