Dental Clinic

 

Our dental clinic currently has four dentists, four registered dental hygienists, and dental assistants providing general primary care dentistry and hygiene.

 

The Affordable Care Act, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Capital Improvement Program and the Kansas Dental Hub II program have provided Salina Health Education Foundation (SHEF) the opportunity to expand and improve services while promoting whole person care.

 

Recent renovations have allowed us to increase the number of treatment rooms in the dental clinic from 10 to 13 to accommodate additional dental patients.

 

 

 

Meet our Dental Staff

 

Charles A. Abbick, DDS

Juliana Coletto, DDS

Shachi Khatri, DDS

Michelle Nunes, DDS

Jennifer Briley, RDH

Shelly Bushnell, RDH

 

Christina Cook, RDH

Megan Richardson, RDH

 

 

Dental Services

Our Dental Clinic provides preventative, comprehensive, and restorative dental services and emergent care.

 

    Preventative Dental Care

  • Routine Check-ups and X-rays
  • Cleanings (dental prophylaxis)
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Dental Sealants
  • Oral Health Education
  • Well-Baby Dental Checks (for infants and toddlers)

 

    Comprehensive Dental Care

  • Fillings
  • Extractions
  • Deep Cleanings (scaling and root planing)
  • Partial & Complete Dentures
  • Crowns & Bridges
  • Root Canal Therapy

 

    Emergency Dental Care

  • Emergency Examinations
  • Emergency Extractions
  • Treatments for Dental Pain and Infection

 

ECP Outreach Care

    Outreach Services Include:

  • Cleanings
  • Screenings
  • Fluoride Varnish
  • Sealants

 

Our ECP outreach program began in January 2009. This program provides dental hygiene, screenings and oral health education in surrounding schools, Head Start programs, county health departments, adult day care facilities and long term care centers within a 12 county service area. Each school year, we screen approximately 10,000 students in the surrounding communities. Our portable equipment was purchased through private dental grant funding. Supplies needed for screenings, such as masks, gloves and mirrors are provided at no cost by KDHE. Toothbrushes are also provided through a KDHE grant. Oral Health is an important component of overall health and school screenings are mandated through K.S.A. Statute 72-5201.

 

For more information about our outreach program, please call our Outreach Coordinator at (785) 826-9017.