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Join us at Kauffman Stadium on Friday, September 14 as the Kansas City Royals take on the Minnesota Twins!

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KDA Video Minute

August 9, 2018: A recap of the 2018 Kansas Primary Elections, plus upcoming KDA events and activities!

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April 26-27, 2019

Volunteer registration will open roughly 6 weeks prior to the event.

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Donate Today!

Provide free, comprehensive dental treatment to people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile.

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ADA Foundation Challenge

ADA Foundation is challenging Association members to help raise $125,000 to fund grant programs benefitting special needs patients.

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Help your friends choose ADA

Earn $100 for each new member you recruit to the ADA (up to $500!). Learn how to start the conversation.

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Experience the ADA Seal in 360°

There’s a secret to keeping your family’s smiles healthy at home – and on the go. Explore this interactive video to find out.

MouthHealthy: Any Age, Any Stage

Whether you’re 8 or 80, dental health is key. Get tips, advice and healthy habits for your whole family.

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Water Fluoridation

5 reasons why fluoride is great and the 70+ years of research behind it.

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Save time on payer paperwork.

The ADA® credentialing service, powered by CAQH ProView® can help.

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KDA News Updates & Notices

Join us on September 14 to Cheer on the Royals at the KDA Tailgater!

Join us on Friday, ​September 14 in the Frank White Lounge as the Kansas City Royals take on the ​Minnesota Twins! Enjoy a professionally prepared buffet and soft drinks while watching the game from this luxurious private suite.

Game time is set for 7:15 PM and the gates open at 5:30 PM.

The Frank White Lounge is located on the Lexus Level and provides a great vantage point of the game from the first base side with indoor and outdoor seating.

The centrally located bar affords comfortable lounge seating and an inviting dining area with high definition televisions. The plush seats, coffee tables, sofas, and drink tables will have guests marveling at all the amenities this lounge offers.

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2019 Kansas Mission of Mercy to be Held in Pittsburg

The Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation’s 2019 Kansas Mission of Mercy (KMOM) project will be held at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS on April 26-27, 2019.

Volunteer registration will open online at ksdentalfoundation.org roughly 6 weeks prior to the event. Dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, dental office staff, translators, and general volunteers will be needed.

During the annual 2-day event, KMOM volunteers work together to provide patients with free cleanings, fillings, and extractions on a first-come, first-served basis. Potential patients should visit ksdentalfoundation.org/patients and read through the answers to frequently asked questions prior to attending the event.

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ADA Find-a-Dentist Increases Online Ad Campaign During High Utilization Months

In an effort to help potential patients find ADA member dentists in their area, the A​DA is ramping up its online advertisement campaign for Find-a-Dentist, especially during the high-utilization months of July through September.

"Whether it's for themselves or their children's back-to-school visits, this is a time of year when dental visits are top of mind for patients," said Dr. Robin Reich, chair of ADA Council on Communications.

The ads target about 19.6 million potential patients for ADA members. These prospective patients have the means and believe in the importance of dental visits but for some reason are not following through with regular dental check-ups​.

Dentists can update their Find-a-Dentist profile by logging in to their MyADA page, ADA.org/UpdateNow, using their member ID number and password.

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Dental Lifeline Network Seeking Volunteers in Manhattan Area

Will you see one patient through the Donated Dental Services program?

Dental Lifeline Network, an affiliate of the ADA, has been operating the Donated Dental Services (DDS) Program nationally since 1985. Its purpose is to provide free, comprehensive care for people who are permanently disabled, elderly, or medically compromised who are unable to afford dental care.

There are patients waiting for care across Kansas, especially in Manhattan. DDS has five patients right now needing a general dentist in this area, and no one currently available to help!

Sign up to volunteer with DLN at dentallifeline.org/willyouseeone.

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The KDA provides member dentists with legislative advocacy, timely news updates, and endorsed programs and services. The KDA unifies the professional community through opportunities for networking, continuing education, and volunteer work.

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