Stat City Event Participant Number Spokesp Spokesp Phone EXT.
e Address type of kids to ersons ersons number
be served first last name before
LA Franklin Community 566 Tamaria Hawkins 337-578-
LA Baton Rouge LSU Dental/Dent 300 Leslie Capo 504-452-
South al Hygiene 9166
LA Baton Rouge Multiple Health 500 Dionne Richardso 225-342-
sites Center/Safet n 9047
LA Baton Rouge 10522 S. Multi-Dentist 50 Sara Kinberger 225-769-
Glenstone Practice/Clin 5377
LA Metairie To be Dental 200 Jason Parker 504-669-
determine Society 8679
LA Shreveport Dental 75 Brian Basinger 318-869-
LA Independence 281 4th St Community 3000 NaQuellar Martin- 985-215-
Group Thompso 0750
LA Bunkie Community 450 Emily Mixon 225-803-
LA Napoleonville 167 Community 500 Lynne Arboneau 985-369- 02
Highway Group x 3813
LA Baton Rouge 9804 Individual 100 Johnnie Hunt 225-216-
Bluebonn Dentist/Stud 1171
et Blvd ent
LA Baton Rouge 9000 Multi-Dentist 150 Jill Miller 225-924-
Airline Practice/Clin 6622
Hwy Suite ic
LA New Orleans 4201 N. Individual 100 Willard Dumas 504-941-
Rampart Dentist/Stud 6079
St.., #201 ent
LA Baton Rouge multiple Community 1500 Amy Karam 225-939-
sites Group 6767
Phone EXT. Comments
337-578- Growing Up Fit Together oral education
504-453- LSUHSC School of Dentistry has a clinic 80
9166 miles NW of New Orleans in Baton Rouge.
For this event, as both Director of South
Campus Clinic and as Program Director of
the LSUSD GPR residency, I've arranged to
have all 10 residents, 12 4th year students
and 12 dental hygiene students, with faculty
support. We are seeing a Middle School in
the a.m. and elementary school in the
afternoon. We are hoping for 20% of our
screenings to result in those patients
returning for treatment at our clinic or any
dental clinic in the city.
504-975- Each LDA member adopts 1st and 2nd
4155 grade classes to provide dental sealants
and patiente education at their respective
offices. Each host dental office solicits
volunteers from other practices to work at
their sites. School children are bused to
participating offices. Each child receives a
dental screening and dental sealants as
prescribed. Fluoride varnish treatments may
be delivered for children who children who
are not receiving dental sealants.
225-769- We will have an education area setup with a
5377 t.v. and visual aids. We will review proper
brushing and how important a healthy diet is
to your teeth and gums. We will then move
the group into our large hygiene area where
children will receive preventative sealants.
504-669- For the first time, we have teamed with
8679 celebrity involvement. The New Orleans
Hornets very own Morris Peterson and his
Foundation for inner city kids in NOLA
partners with NODA to provide
comprehensive care for these children at
GKAS Day and thru out the month.
318-820- We will be seeing the entire 3rd grade from
8404 a lower socio-economic school. Dentists,
assistants and hygienists will be there to
screen, educate, and place sealants for
those children who need them. Children
needing treatment will be seen by volunteer
dentists in their private offices at a later
date at no charge.
985-215- This event will be conducted in every school
0750 in Tangipahoa Parish and Washington
Parish and will be an individual event.
225-803- Our program focuses on health and
6611 nutrition education throughout the delta
parish in Louisiana. My region covers 7
parishes. One school from each parish is
selected according to the number of
children involved in the free/reduced lunch
program. We focus mainly on those
schools that need the most resources. Most
of these children are in need of the most
985-519- I am a coordinator for the Growing Up Fit
3362 program. I work in seven schools, teaching
the second graders the importance of being
healthy. Our curriculum has a lesson on
oral healthcare also. We will show these
students who live in rural communities, the
correct way to take care of their teeth.
225-216- Our program is a "sealant based program".
1171 Through the LA DHH 2nd and 3rd grade
children are brought to our office and
screened. If selants are needed they are
performed that day. Any restorative needs
are noted, letters are sent home to parents
informing them of needs. Oral hygiene
instructions are given to all children while
they wait for their sealants.
225-933- We will have the children in our office for
7484 free cleanings and oral evaluations.
504-941- We will again perform prophylaxis,floride
6079 treatmant and retorative dentistry.
225-939- In conjunction with the Louisiana Office of
6767 Public Health Seal-a-Smile has organized
volunteer dentists and support staff to visit
every 1st, 2nd, and 6th grader in five rural,
dental underserved parishes of Louisiana.
These in-school clinics will provide oral
health education, toothbrush/ toothpaste
giveaways, fluoride varnish and sealants at
no charge to the child.