Concorde’s Kansas City Campus Participates in Give Kids a Smile Day

Concorde students provide dental services to local kids.

The American Dental Association’s Give Kids a Smile Day encourages area dentists and dental professionals to provide under-served kids with dental services their families may not be able to afford.  Each year approximately 450,000 kids benefit from events held across the nation.

This year, our Kansas City campus opened the doors to their state-of-the-art dental lab so our dental hygiene students could donate their time and services.  Their efforts helped to educate kids on the importance of proper dental care along with raising awareness about the continued need for dental benefits.

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Jamie Troccoli | Medical Assistant graduate

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Andrea Nolan | Dental Assistant graduate

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