The deadline to renew your registration/certification was 1 March 2019.
Dentists and CDAs who have not renewed by 1 March are not permitted to practise until they have reinstated. As the deadline has passed, you are now required to pay an additional reinstatement fee.
who practise on a lapsed status may have a complaint brought forward against
Reinstatement before 60 days
Reinstatement completed by 1 May 2019 (within 60 days from the renewal deadline) can be done online by logging into your account, completing the online form, paying your annual renewal fee as well as the reinstatement fee. The annual renewal and other relevant fees can be found in
Schedule F of the CDSBC Bylaws >>
Reinstatement after 60 days
To reinstate after your registration has lapsed for more than 60 days requires completion of a separate reinstatement application process and an increased reinstatement fee. Find out more >>
Note: Your annual renewal is not complete until you have submitted your renewal information and both renewal and reinstatement fees.
Log in to renew your registration/certification
What do I need to reinstate?
What are my fees?
Read the 2019/20 fee memo (PDF) that was mailed to registrants in their annual renewal package.
How do I pay?
Note: You must complete your own renewal and may not have anyone complete it on your behalf.
Your renewal is not complete until you have submitted your online form and paid your registration and reinstatement fees. Once CDSBC has received your renewal information, you can print your receipt and registration/certification card from your online account.
If you have any questions about online renewal, you can email registration at:
firstname.lastname@example.org (for dentists and dental therapists) email@example.com (for CDAs)
Or call the renewal hotline: 604-714-5346 (toll-free 1-800-663-9169).