WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The well known Kansas Mission of Mercy dental clinic is returning to Wichita in two weeks. Volunteer dentists, hygienists, assistants, and some others will handle patients for free at Century II on July 23 and 24.
Treatment options involve cost-free fillings and tooth extractions. If you want to be addressed, it is on a initially-arrive, initial-served foundation. There are no appointments. The clinic opens at 5:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. It will be up to each affected person to come to a decision how early to get in line.
The clinic can only take care of so numerous individuals every day. As soon as that variety is reached, the doors will close. Individuals who are even now in line when the doors shut Friday are not provided precedence Saturday.
This year’s clinic will appear slightly unique with social distancing, mask putting on, and other safeguards because of to the coronavirus pandemic. The organizers of the Kansas Mission of Mercy say that even nevertheless protected and helpful COVID-19 vaccines have been extensively distributed, they request that you please continue to be residence if are ill or feeling like you are getting sick.
The Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation (KDCF) is focusing on minimal-income individuals and families for the expert services. The KDCF is spreading the word as a result of neighborhood educational institutions, church buildings, and businesses.
You do not need to have to bring evidence of cash flow, dental documents or other files. But you are encouraged to provide a list of allergy symptoms and prescriptions. To get responses to usually requested issues, pay a visit to KSDentalFoundation.org.
This will mark the 20th Kansas Mission of Mercy venture and the third time it has been presented in Wichita. The final time it was in this article was 8 yrs in the past. All through the earlier 19 clinics, extra than 30,000 individuals were given $19 million in dental treatment.