DDS Program – March Update

In 1996, the Kansas Dental Association partnered with Dental Lifeline Network – Kansas to develop a Donated Dental Services (DDS) program to help Kansas residents with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile and have no other access to dental care. The Kansas DDS program is similar to 40 other...

Cathy Taylor-Osborne, DDS, Named Director of Oral Health

TOPEKA, Kan.— Cathy Taylor-Osborne, D.D.S., M.A., has been selected as the next director of the Bureau of Oral Health at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. She will begin her post at KDHE on March 21. “We are delighted that Dr. Taylor will be joining our team and taking on this important...

HB 2611 Passes Senate

House Bill 2611, a bill that amends the long-standing “50% Rule” regarding the amount of time an owner dentist must be in a satellite practice during its time of operation, passed the full Senate today by a vote of 40-0.  The bill had been placed on the Consent Calendar and, without objection,...

KDA Holds UMKC Lunch and Learn

  The Kansas Dental Association hosted a Lunch and Learn event at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry Tuesday.  The Lunch and Learn provided an opportunity for the KDA to highlight upcoming events, including the Real World Transition Brunch on April 11th. Nearly ninety students...

2014 RWTB Registration is now Open

  Dentists Register Here - Student Registration Connecting dentists who are nearing the end of their dental careers with dental students entering their careers is one of the goals for the Kansas Dental Association’s Real World Transition Brunch. The annual event will take place on April 11, 2014 at...

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