tackles the most common disease affecting U.S. children, dental decay. Smile Kentucky! is a unique community partnership to provide dental education and free dental care to children at elementary schools in Louisville Metro and surrounding counties. Smile Kentucky! complements an effort by the American Dental Association
(ADA). The ADA has called the program a model for community service.
Smile Kentucky provides education resources for the classroom and the community. Check out the new Brush your teeth! video and other tools to teach proper dental care to children and young adults.
Learn about the program and how to get involved.
hosted their "Crossover 2017 Health Clinic"
for local refugees on Saturday, November 11th, 2017
. Refuge Louisville is a nonprofit intra-church organization that embraces refugees. Check out their website to spark your interest at refugelouisville.com
. Society dentists and Louisville area dental hygienists did dental screenings and made referrals for dental treatment. Dr. Michelle Carman, email@example.com
led the group event. Thank you for your service!
Free Dental Clinic at Fourth Avenue UMC, Sojourn Community Church and St Joseph's Church in Louisville. There have been 13 free clinics at these locations in 2017 and more free clinics will be scheduled for 2018. Dentists and hygienists treating the patients are all volunteers.
We can always use a few more dentists and hygienists.
Volunteers call Randy Ransdell 502/599-7361 to sign up.