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Need for dental access persists across state

What Hutchinson will witness when the Kansas Mission of Mercy takes place Feb. 9-10 on the Kansas State Fairgrounds will be an outpouring of charity by those providing free dental treatment. Also visi... read more

10 million-plus Americans helped by Delta Dental member companies' contribution of $61 million in community benefits

OAK BROOK, Ill., Oct. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Access to oral health care continues to be a challenge for millions of children and adults, with some never having seen a dentist. Delta Dental is commit... read more

Missouri Southern Drops Dental School Plans

This projected effort was a joint collaboration between MSSU and the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC ... Others disagree with the need for an additional Missouri dental program. Jeffrey Dalin ... read more

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Southeast Kansas health center to take over Mercy clinics

Four Mercy-owned health clinics in the Kansas counties of Crawford ... "CHC/SEK entered into discussions with Mercy this summer about the need to maintain access to care and they were anxious to prese... read more

Nearly 1,300 sex offenders unaccounted for in the Midwest

The audit showed the problem persists in places large and small ... followed by Jackson County, which includes Kansas City, at 20.7 percent. Butler County, also in southeast Missouri, was third ... read more

Children’s Dental & Vision Center and Amerigroup Bring Preventative Health Resources for Local Topeka Children

Topeka, Kansas, March 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- March 16, 2018 (Topeka, Kan.) – Access to affordable dental services for children continues to be an under met need in the United States. Lower-incom... read more

First dental students in decades to train in St. Louis

creating a need to educate more dental providers. There are 64 dental schools in the U.S. compared to 150 medical schools. Two-thirds of registered dentists in Missouri are graduates of the state’s on... read more

Our View: Need for dental school still exists

it also highlighted a “significant problem”: that too many people are unable to access the dental care they need in Missouri. There are others who might step up and make a similar project a reality. K... read more

Medical debt is ‘financially crippling’ families in Kansas, Missouri

In Kansas, about 2,600 adults and minors were included. The survey answers point to problems with access to dental and mental health care ... “It’s preventing them from getting the treatment that they ... read more

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