In accordance with CDBC bylaws, please be advised that this is an official notice of Board nominations. Two elected Board positions will become vacant on April 1, 2021.

Nominations for CDBC’s Board of Directors must be submitted between December 7, 2020 and January 22, 2021. Any nominations received after the close of business day on January 22, 2021 will automatically be disqualified.

Active Registrants may nominate up to two Active Registrants by sending a letter of nomination to CDBC’s office. Nominees will be required to provide a letter of consent and a brief biography. The length of each term is April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2024. Access the letter of consent and additional information about the nomination procedures and the election process here.

Active Registrants in good standing can expect to receive one election ballot and accompanying instructions within 45 days of the Board seats becoming vacant – approximately early February 2021. Election ballots must be returned by February 26, 2021.

The College of Denturists of British Columbia is pleased to share an important message from B.C.’s four dental colleges in response to proposed changes to the regulation of oral health care in B.C. announced by the Minister of Health on August 27, 2020Please click here to read the message.

Today, the MLA Steering Committee on Modernization of Health Professional Regulation released its final recommendations to the Health Minister regarding the modernization of the provincial health profession regulatory framework.

The College of Denturists of British Columbia is taking time to consider these recommendations and further communication will be provided in due course.

Please click here to read the announcement. 
Please click here for more information related to the modernization process.
Please click here to access the MLA Steering Committee’s report directly.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rapidly evolve, CDBC is taking precautions recommended by the Provincial Health Officer to protect the health and safety of our employees, registrants, volunteers, and members of the public.

CDBC operates remotely

Effective immediately, CDBC’s office at 900 - 200 Granville Street, Vancouver, will be closed to the public for in-person services. All services will still be provided, but all of our staff will be working remotely and wherever possible, we will use teleconferencing, videoconferencing and virtual meetings to continue our regulatory work. CDBC has systems in place to ensure business will not be interrupted, registration renewals are processed appropriately and all CDBC operations and services are running as normal.

We expect these measures to continue for the foreseeable future, but they will be re-evaluated as the pandemic situation further develops.


How to contact CDBC

Because our office will be closed, and all staff will be working remotely, we ask that you please contact us by email or fax, rather than by telephone.

Email inquiries



(604) 357-1263


Thank you

We will continually monitor the evolving situation and we will keep all stakeholders informed as the situation changes.

We thank you for your understanding as we work to fulfill our public protection mandate during these unprecedented times.

On February 24, the Ministry of Health announced that the oral health regulations for dental hygienists, dental technicians, denturists and dentists were deposited with the registrar of regulations and are now in force.

Regulations are created by the government for each health profession governed under the Health Professions Act (HPA). Each regulation contains a scope of practice statement that describes what the profession does and how it does it, and a list of activities that outlines what members of that profession are authorized to do.

The amended regulations are in keeping with the Minister's desire to improve access to oral health services and to promote inter-professional, collaborative, team-based care and are intended to:

  • align the regulations to the HPA model (characterized by two elements: shared scope of practice statements and restricted activities)
  • standardize terms shared between the regulations
  • clarify that unregulated persons cannot perform the restricted activities that fall under these professions (unless authorized) and ensure that colleges have the necessary authority to act when unregulated individuals provide these services

To read more about the key changes to the Denturists Regulation please click here.

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by By the BC Health Regulators
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