This section of the site is geared toward members of the RCDSO. Here members can update and change much of their information on record with the College.
Members can update their e-mail and residential addresses, renew their membership and log their CE points though the e-Portfolio by logging into the member resource centre.
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Sign-in to the member-only section of the website. Please do not include the leading 06 when entering your membership ID.
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Updates about current activities at the College.
A remarkable visual history of dental firsts.
This brochure details the steps in our complaint process.
Our Professional Liability Program for dentists helps protect the public.
These principles are based on the College's core ethical values.
The College is committed to supporting dentists that struggle with addiction.
Read our IPC guidelines for the dental office.
Have a question? We're here to help.
Find information on member resources and services.
Learn about the practice of dentistry in Ontario.
An overview of our registration process and requirements.
Our quarterly membership magazine contains a wealth of information.
Contact information for dentists registered with the College.
Find all RCDSO PDFs and documents.
Be sure to read the August/September 2015 issue of Dispatch, the RCDSO membership magazine.
Find out information about dentists who are registered with the College by searching our public register.
Check out three new videos on the RCDSO YouTube channel.
Use this tool to find information about individual dentists who are registered with the College.
Helpful information for members of the public who wish to register a concern about a dentist's conduct.
Complete this form and return it to the College if you are resigning or retiring from practice.
A list of upcoming discipline hearings with hearing dates and summaries of allegations.
The portal to all your self-service transactions with the College.
The frameowrk guides ICRC panel decision-making when addressing complaints and reports.
Information about the College’s program to support lifelong continuous learning.
Information on how to apply for licensure to practise dentistry in Ontario.
Individuals who are not members of RCDSO and are not entitled to practise dentistry in Ontario.
Instant access to current and reliable information on drug interactions.
Learn more about our statutory and standing committees.
Our public register contains a wide variety of information about Ontario dentists.