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ATSU-MOSDOH hosts Give Kids a Smile event in Kirksville, Missouri

June 6, 2019
Posted In: Events, Missouri Campus, MOSDOH

A.T. Still University’s Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ATSU-MOSDOH), in collaboration with Northeast Missouri Health Council provided free dental education and restorative care to Ray Miller Elementary students on May 16, in Kirksville, Missouri. During the all-day Give Kids a Smile event ATSU-MOSDOH students and Northeast Missouri Health Council staff provided dental services to 600 students. Students were given oral health education on various topics, including safety, careers in dentistry, systemic disease, nutrition, and preventive care. Other treatments and procedures also took place in Northeast Missouri Health Council’s mobile dental truck where 12 children were provided approximately $4,500 worth of dental care including, fillings, pulpotomy and crowns, sealants, and extractions.

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