KMOM Salina saw 818 patients on Friday, February 13 and 582 on Saturday, February 14 for a total of 1,400. 171 of these patients were children.
133 dentists, 103 hygienists, 187 dental assistants and 676 general volunteers came together to make this project a success!
There were 3,118 extractions performed...
It was announced on Saturday, February 14 that Topeka would be the location of the next Kansas Mission of Mercy (KMOM) free dental project.
KMOM Topeka will be held at the Kansas Expocentre on February 26-27, 2016.
We will continue to update this information as it becomes available. For more information on...
In this episode of the Video Minute, KDA Executive Director, Kevin Robertson, discusses another successful Dental Day event, as well as the Registered Dental Practitioner bills (SB 49 and HB 2079) and the Medicaid RAC Audit bill (HB 2022) that were introduced in the Kansas Legislature.
We encourage you to...
Defeat Monster Mouth!
Each February, the Kansas Dental Association participates in the National Children’s Dental Health Month campaign to educate children, parents and teachers on the importance of good oral health.
The ADA recently announced that for 2015, they have selected an exciting new theme –...
Originally posted by the Kansas Health Institute.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that could block hospitals, doctors — or anyone else — from suing states over inadequate payment rates for providers who participate in the Medicaid program for low-income Americans.