ADIA is the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products. Our vision is for an industry that empowers oral health professionals to advance the health and wellbeing of all Australians...................... — ADIA Strategic Plan

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Membership — Making an application

If you have found this webpage you are about to take the next step that will allow your business to grow, create jobs and operate sustainably. After all, that's what membership of the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) is all about.

Making an application to join ADIA is straight-forward and is a step most businesses in the dental industry have already taken. To help you along the journey the following webpages provide you with everything that's required to help you complete the process.

The types of businesses that join —

As a member of ADIA you will be joining a strong and growing community of businesses that share a commitment to the provision of quality goods and services to dental practices. Here you can review the types of businesses that belong to ADIA. [Read More]

Membership eligibility —

There are two major types of membership, these being Corporate Member or Affiliate Member and this easy helps you understand the right category for your business along with the eligibility criteria that every member business needs to meet. [Read More]

The application process —

This information walks you through the application process that typically takes six weeks from start to finish and helps you understand why some information is required on the application form. [Read More]

Current fees —

ADIA's membership fees are amongst the lowest for any industry association in the therapeutic goods sector. Here you can find advice on how the fees are calculated and when they are due. [Read More]

Application form —

This is the exciting bit, where you make the commitment to your business' growth. Access the relevant form and then forward it to the ADIA national office, it's that simple. [Read More]

ADIA membership is more than just filling in a form and paying the fees, it's an important signal to your staff and clients about your business' commitment to professionalism and delivery of goods and services. Once you have made an application to join be sure to familiarise yourself with the support that's available to your business so that once your application is approved you can access all the resources that have been developed to help your business to grow, create jobs and operate sustainably.

Member Engagement —

ADIA provides leadership, strategy, advocacy and support. Our members set our agenda, fund our activities and directly benefit from the results. With respect to the Association's work to ensure that the membership provides a meaningful return on each member's investment, the team in the ADIA national office receive advice and guidance from members serving on the ADIA-MSC Membership Services Committee and who attend ADIA State Branch briefings.

Further Information —

To keep up to date with how ADIA is working to support suppliers of products and services to dental professionals, subscribe to the Twitter feed @AusDental or follow us on Facebook at Alternatively, you can contact the Association via email at or by telephone on 1300 943 094.

This information is available for your use under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia licence, with the exception of the ADIA logo, other images and where otherwise stated.

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