Dental Day

Friday, June 20, 2014

 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.

Advanced Education in General Dentistry Building

Dr. Carnanhan assisting student

Come and spend a day in the dental/dental hygiene field.  Dental Day is a great opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience in the field of dentistry and dental hygiene. We have many exciting events planned for the day including hands-on interactive experience in our state of the art dental clinic, and academic knowledge of dental terminology and the different fields of dentistry.  This camp is geared towards High School Juniors and Seniors interested in pursuing an education in the field of dentistry.   Lunch will be included for participants of the day.

Program Highlights

  • Program instruction by distinguished WSU faculty.
  • Students will be able to experience what it is like to drill on teeth.
  • Create a mold of your teeth.
  • Get to use the latest dental tools.
  • Learn what it takes to have a career in the dental field.
  • Tours of the Advanced Education in General Dentistry Building.

Registration Information

Cost:  Free, limited to 30 students so sign up today! (Registration is full!)

Payment: No cost this year, free to all campers

Registration Deadline: June 1st and cancellations are required by June 13.

For More Information Contact:
Natalie Olmsted, Clinic Director
Phone: 316-978-8349
Email: Natalie.Olmsted@wichita.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

1.  Who is Dental Day Designed for?

  • Dental Day is for High School Juniors, Seniors or incoming College Freshmen that are interested in a career in dentistry or dental hygiene.

2.  What do participants need for Dental Day?

  • Participants will need to wear pants, a t-shirt and closed toe shoes.  Please note that participants are not allowed to wear shorts or flip flops to Dental Day because they will be touring the Dental areas.  If individuals have long hair they should have it pulled back.

3. Where is Dental Day located?

Delta Dental of Kansas WSU-AEGD Clinic
2838 N. Oliver
Wichita, KS 67220