General Membership

If you are interested in implant dentistry, this is where you begin.

General membership is open to anyone interested in implant dentistry: general dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, periodontists, prosthodontists, orthodontists, endodontists, technicians, students, and others interested in the field of implant dentistry, both foreign and domestic. Download the application to join today. 

Membership Rates: The AAID membership year is January 1 to December 31, and the annual dues are $345 for general members. For those joining between July 1 and December 31, the dues are prorated at $200 for the remainder of the year.

Recent Graduate Rates: The AAID membership year is January 1 to December 31, and the annual dues vary based on the number of years past graduation. For those joining between July 1 and December 31, the dues are prorated at half the fee for the remainder of the year. Recent graduates are defined as those who have completed a full-time undergraduate or graduate dental program. Those who are within their first to third years out of a full-time dental program qualify for dues at $50. Those four years out of a full-time dental program pay $100 per year in dues. Those who are in their fifth year out of a full-time dental program pay $200. Documentation of completion is required; a copy or image of the certificate or diploma from the program must accompany the recent graduate application.

Military Rates: Members serving full-time in the military receive the same rates as Student/Resident members. Documentation of full-time status must be on file or accompany the application to be eligible military membership rates. (Please see the Student/Resident members page for dues rates.)

International Members: International members' dues rates are the same as U.S. members; however, dues for general members who reside in the countries designated as "least developed countries"* are $200.

*The FDI World Dental Foundation develops a list of "Least Developed Countries" as defined by the United Nations and the World Bank. Check here to see if your country qualifies. The list of least developed countries updates annually based on world economic conditions and changes.

NOTE: Membership dues are not deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes, but should be deductible as a business expense. Check with you tax advisor. Membership dues are non-refundable.