The year 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Dental Corps (RCDC). Since the formation of the Canadian Army Dental Corps on 13 May 1915, Canada's military dental services have served overseas in both World Wars, Korea and Afghanistan, and many other peace-making, peace-keeping, humanitarian and forensic operations, and looked after the oral health needs of Canada's troops, both at home and abroad. This section is meant to highlight the significance of the relationship that has grown over the past century between the Canadian Dental Association and the RCDC, while providing information on the centennial celebrations of May 2015 and the key milestones of the RCDC story.

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