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Roseman University “Give Kids a Smile Event”

Roseman DMD Students Provide Care to Over 500 Children at 2016 Give Kids a Smile February 2016 In correlation with ADA Foundation’s Give Kids a Smile® (GKAS) kick-off day, Roseman University’s College of Dental Medicine held its 3rd annual GKAS event on February 5. As a non-profit institution of higher education, Roseman University is committed [...]

2017-03-05T07:12:25+00:00March 19th, 2016|News|

Grandpa/Grandson Serve Together

Grandpa/Grandson Serve Together GRANDPA DENTIST and GRANDSON ASSISTANT in TONGA –Ralph Larsen We had a wonderful experience giving dental service in Tonga at the Deseret International Foundation dental clinic from May 12 to June 9, 2015.  My grandson, Jake Colvin, went with me and became my best dental assistant.  He wants to become a dentist [...]

2017-03-05T07:14:19+00:00January 3rd, 2016|News|

Two China Expeditions!

DENTAL HUMANITARIAN SERVICE IN CHINA! –By Karl Koerner In September 2015, members of the Academy of LDS Dentists and others from around the U.S. conducted two dental humanitarian projects in China.  They went to Suqian (where they have previously been 5 times) and Guilin (where they have previously been 4 times).  Leaders of the trips:  Suqian: Dr. Karl [...]

2017-03-05T07:16:42+00:00December 17th, 2015|News|

Service in Equador

Service in Equador January 2015, Dr. Hal Black, wife Jolynne, and son Brent (from Texas) were grateful to join the amazing team of Charity Anywhere Foundation in Ecuador headed by Dr. Washington Zambrano. The Ecuadorian team consisted of a dentist, an oral surgeon, an orthopedic surgeon, a pharmacist, a clinical psychologist, and 2 family practioners.  This was [...]

2017-03-05T07:21:35+00:00July 30th, 2015|News|

Guatemala in February and May!

Guatemala in February and May! February and May, 2015, Dr. Michelle Freeze, her husband, Jim, and their daughter, Jordan, traveled to serve in the Guatemala clinic in February. Then they were privileged to serve again in May. Jim Freeze has a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering. While Dr. Freeze performed dentistry in the clinic, [...]

2017-03-05T07:20:02+00:00July 30th, 2015|News|

Roseman Univ. Students Serve

February 2015, Eight Roseman University Chapter Member Students (South Jordan, UT)  traveled to Guayaquil, Ecuador to provide free dental care to the underserved.  They arranged with a public dental school in Guayaquil, that allowed the use of 12 of their operatories to see patients.  While there, students were able to work for 5 days doing extractions, restorations, and [...]

2017-03-05T07:18:34+00:00July 30th, 2015|News|

Midwestern University Students in Tonga

Midwestern University Students in Tonga November 2014, Midwestern University Dental Students Midwestern University – AZ AOLDS student chapter returned from a 2 week service trip to Tonga. This marks Midwestern’s 4th annual trip to Tonga. This year, they saw approximately 1,000 patients, or 1% of the entire population of Tonga. Treatment provided included 100 flippers, [...]

2017-03-05T07:24:12+00:00February 27th, 2015|News|

Dentists Give Community Something to Smile About

Dentists Give Community Something to Smile About December, 2014, Dr. Scott Williams and Dr. Andy Fuhriman ZANESVILLE, Ohio– Eighteen dental professionals took part in a marathon of dentistry Friday, providing reduced-fee dental work to almost 100 people in seven hours for Zanesville Dental’s fourth annual charity event benefiting Christ’s Table. Donations come from the price of [...]

2017-03-05T07:22:49+00:00February 27th, 2015|News|

Smiles in Honduras

Smiles in Honduras November 20-30, 2014, by David & Tanya Cutler We participated in the 2014 brigada to San Pedro Sula with Smiles for Central America under the direction of David Sheets. We had gone with this group nine years ago to Cholateca with 5 of our children (and 1 fiancé). Our intentions had always [...]

2017-03-05T07:25:39+00:00November 20th, 2014|News|
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