Dental & Oral Health Care at Heartland

Heartland Community Health Center provides high-quality dental treatment and oral health care to both patients and the public. In addition to comprehensive  care in-clinic, Heartland’s dental team also provides services through ongoing community-based programs.

Services include

  • Cleanings
  • X-rays
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Fillings
  • Sealants
  • Extractions
  • Crowns and bridges
  • Simple endodontics 

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Dental Team

Mollie Day

DDS, Chief Dental Officer

Jeremiah Bell


Cheryl Biesterfeld


Kari Lindejfeld


Idean Mohammadi


Laura Gigstad


Lucy Hill


Erin Bates


Kiersten Astarita


Healthy Smiles Start Here

Heartland is currently accepting new pediatric patients for dental and oral health care, including cleaning, x-rays, fluoride, fillings, sealants, and extractions. 

Our dental team provides care for patients from infancy to adolescence at Heartland Community Health Center, Panda Pediatrics, and at school through our Healthy Futures community-based program. 

Now Accepting New Patients!


Healthy Futures by Heartland

Healthy Futures is a community-based program that brings diagnostic, preventative and operative services to children at schools throughout the state of Kansas.

Help give your child a healthy smile, without having to take off work or make dentist appointments! When you choose Healthy Futures as your child’s primary dental provider they get the oral health care they need with dental cleanings twice a year at their own school.

Services Provided

  • Dental Exams 
  • X-Rays
  • Dental Cleanings
  • Dental Sealants
  • Fluoride 
  • Fillings (when applicable)


All Children Are Eligible 

We bill KanCare, commercial insurance, and provide care to children who are uninsured at no-cost to families. 



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