KMOM 2019 – April 26-27

Dr. McCullough will be volunteering at the annual Kansas Mission of Mercy 2-day event in Pittsburg, KS this weekend. This will be her 14th year volunteering. She enjoys "sharing this opportunity

Opalescence Go Tooth Whitening System

Now Offering Opalescence go Whitening System!   Opalescence Go is the perfect option for patients who are looking for convenient, ready-to-go whitening. A professional whitening gel delivered in

The Results Are In- KMOM 2018

The volunteers and dental professionals at KMOM 2018 provided 1,150 patients with a total of $1396,068 in donated services!  That's a whopping 3,345 tooth extractions and an amazing 1,175 fillings in

KMOM 2018 Feb. 9-10

The 2018 Kansas Mission of Mercy (KMOM) free dental clinic will be held on February 9-10, 2018 in Hutchinson, KS at the Kansas State Fairgrounds.  This will be the KDCF’s 17th KMOM event since its

Continuing Education

Our staff attending continuing education classes in Manhattan this summer. We enjoyed two days of classes, a nature hike on the Konza Prairie and an evening meal with other dental colleagues from

Parkinson’s Disease and Dental Health

Dr. Pam McCullough presented the program at the recent Parkinson's Support Group at Kidron Bethel. Her presentation was on the Dental Management of Parkinson's Disease. If you have questions regarding

KMOM 2017

Dr. McCullough attended the Kansas Mission of Mercy event held in Manhattan, KS on January 27th & 28th. KMOM is a free dental clinic that is sponsored by the Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation.

Women’s Community Foundation

Please click on the link below to see the full article that was recently published in the Newton Kansan. If you would be interested in making a donation or would like more information please contact


As the end of the year is quickly approaching, we want to remind you to utilize any unused insurance benefits before they expire. In most cases, any benefits left in these accounts do not roll over

Kansas Donated Dental Services

Dr. McCullough has provided dentistry at no charge to people with disabilities, who are elderly or medically fragile through the Kansas Donated Dental Services program for the last 22 years. The