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Working in partnership, Chanute Elementary School and Community Health Care of SEK is providing an
In-School Dental Clinic
Parents who want their children to receive dental services at CES need to return the Consent Form before they can be seen. These preventative services help prevent tooth decay. They include dental cleaning, sealants, SDF (strong fluoride put on cavities to help slow the decay process until a dentist can be seen) and fluoride varnish. Restorative care services include: fillings, extractions, temporary fillings, exam, x-rays, stainless steel crowns, local anesthesia and space maintainers. Parents’ insurance will be billed, however, if insurance does not pay then CHCSEK will not bill the parent/guardian. If parents do not have any dental insurance then there is no charge.
Parents who have a dentist in town that they see on a regular schedule do no need to return the consent form. Anyone with any questions or concerns should contact Communities In Schools Site Coordinator, Angie VanLeeuwen at Chanute Elementary School, 432-2530.
CHC-SEK Dental Services at CES
Preventative Services: Sept 30-Oct 4, Oct 7-10,
April 6-10 and 13-17
Restorative Services: Sept. 30-Oct. 3 and Oct. 7-10
Consent Form Required
You may download the form in English:
form in Spanish below:
*Or you may request a consent form by contacting Chanute Elementary, 432-2530, for a copy to be sent home with your child.
In-School Dental services in just one of the many services Communities In Schools helps organize and facilitate in its mission to promote programs that help students remain in school and be successful. These dental clinics are part of the statewide public health program designed to reduce dental disease in Kansas children. The Kansas School Sealant Program has partnered with dental clinics around the state to bring preventative oral health services to children who may have limited access to dental care.