If you have a child that may be eligible for KanCare, dental care will be covered with their medical benefits. Information on these programs is available on the KanCare website.
KanCare: Medicaid for Kansas
If you have limited resources, some safety-net clinics will provide dental care at reduced costs based on your income. Kansas Clinics with dental services are listed in the Resource Directory.
If you are elderly, permanently disabled, or considered medically fragile, and lack the income to pay for dental care, you can call Donated Dental Services (DDS) at 785-273-1900 or using the Dental Lifeline Network website.
If you are looking for help in finding low-cost orthodontic care, you may use the following resources:
The First Hand Foundation assists individual children with health-related needs when insurance and other financial resources have been exhausted. For more information visit the Cerner Charitable Foundation website.
Becoming a Patient at a Dental Hygiene or Dental School Clinics