License Renewal

Applications to renew your license must be made before your expiration date each year in order for your license to remain valid.

License renewal applications are mailed approximately six (6) weeks before the license expiration date. This renewal notice is sent to your mailing address on record. If you do not receive a renewal notice, you may contact the Bureau to confirm your address and have a duplicate notice sent to you.  

When submitting your renewal application to the Bureau office, you must include responses to all questions, your signature, and payment of the appropriate fee(s) before the expiration of your license. 

NOTE: If you fail to renew your license before its expiration date a reinstatement fee will be required by �67-2614, Idaho Code and cannot be waived. In addition, you may be required to submit continuing education or other required documentation prior to the reinstatement of your license.   

The most efficient way to submit your renewal application and payment of fees is through the ONLINE renewal system. There are no additional fees for this service.

On July 1, 1999, the Board adopted an emergency rule which instituted an inactive license category.  Those licensees with a current license may elect to have their license converted to Inactive status by notifying the Board in writing and submitting a fee.  An Inactive license may be renewed annually for up to five years by submitting the renewal fee and proof of meeting the continuing education requirements.  An Inactive license may be re-activated at any time by paying the required renewal fee for an active license and submitting proof of having met the continuing education requirements for the current year.

The annual completion of 12 hours of Board approved continuing education is required to maintain a license to practice denturitry in Idaho. Official documentation of attendance must be submitted with the renewal form. The Board has determined that correspondence courses and home study will not meet the continuing education requirement.   If you have questions about the CE requirements, you may e-mail the Bureau office or call (208) 334-3233.

Continued Education

CE providers may obtain Board approval by submitting a completed Continued Education Approval Form.

The Board suggests that all applications for approval or pre-approval of course work be submitted prior to the April board meeting. Timely submissions will allow adequate time for the Board to review the materials and provide notification prior to renewal time.


Click here to find Appropriate Renewal fees.