About the College of Denturists of British Columbia
The College of Denturists of British Columbia (CDBC) is the regulatory body for denturists in British Columbia. The CDBC sets standards and regulates denturism to ensure quality practice and protection of the public.
The CDBC was established in 1995 after the Board of Dental Technicians and Denturists was dissolved. It derives its authority from the Health Professions Act. This legislation establishes a social contract between the CDBC and the public who seek services from denturists in British Columbia. The social contract obligates the CDBC to serve and protect the public. Leading this work, the CDBC is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors, comprised of six denturists and three public members. The work of the CDBC is executed by a three member staff team (the Registrar, Executive Secretary and Program Coordinator).
The Vision Statement
The public has respect, trust and confidence in the safe and ethical care provided by Denturists in British Columbia.
The Mission Statement
The College of Denturists of British Columbia sets standards and regulates Denturists to ensure high quality practice and protection of the public.
Accountability - We are accountable to the public, our Registrants and each other, acting at all times with integrity and employing high quality, transparent processes to fulfill our mandate.
Excellence - We are committed to excellence in governance, regulatory operations and Registrant services, demonstrating this commitment through continuous learning, evaluation and quality improvement activities.
Quality Service - We act at all times to ensure delivery of safe, ethical, high quality and professional services, as a regulator and as members of a health care profession.
Respect - We treat everyone with respect and fairness, and seek to earn their trust through all that we say and do.