Diversity in Dentistry Action Group

DDAG stakeholders

Over 35 organisations are collaborating to improve equality, diversity and inclusion in the dental professions through DDAG.

Our supporting organisations include:

  • African & Caribbean Dental Association UK
  • Association of Dental Groups
  • Association of Dental Hospitals
  • British Association of Clinical Dental Technology
  • British Association of Dental Nurses
  • British Association of Dental Therapists
  • British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
  • British Association of Oral Surgeons
  • British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry
  • British Dental Association
  • British Dental Industries Association
  • British Dental Students’ Association
  • British Endodontic Society
  • British Institute of Dental and Surgical Technologists
  • British Orthodontic Society
  • British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy
  • British Society of Paediatric Dentistry
  • Care Quality Commission
  • College of General Dentistry (previously Faculty of General Dental Practice UK)
  • Committee of Postgraduate Dental Deans and Directors
  • Community Dental Services
  • Dental Laboratories Association
  • Dental Professionals Alliance
  • Dental Protection
  • Dental Schools Council
  • European Dental Students’ Association
  • Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • General Dental Council
  • Health Education England
  • LDC Confederation
  • LDC Conference
  • National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers
  • National Institute for Health Research
  • NHS Business Services Authority
  • Restorative Dentistry UK
  • Society of British Dental Nurses
Organisations supporting DDAG’s Equality, diversity and inclusion within dentistry: a profession-wide commitment (May 2021)

For further information, or to get your organisation involved, contact [email protected]

Supporting its commitment to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion, the College of General Dentistry hosts the Diversity in Dentistry Action Group (DDAG). The College is also represented on DDAG, however the two organisations operate independently