Meet The Doctors

ICTeeth is proud to have such

An Amazing Team of Doctors

There isn’t a group of dentists in all of Wichita who are more passionate and dedicated to pediatric dentistry than our very own doctors. Each has a unique background, but all share the same desire of promoting good oral hygiene at the earliest possible age.

Dr. Stephen P. Moore DDS

Pediatric Dentist


As the founding member of ICTeeth, Dr Moore’s love of dentistry goes all the way back to 1970 where he majored in Biology and Botany at UMKC. His interest led him to further his studies at the UMKC School of Dentistry / Children’s Mercy Hospital.

Why did you become a pediatric dentist?

“When I was just a little guy – only 5 years old – my mother had a friend who was a dental student. He went on and on about how amazing and wonderful dentistry was! He told me of how he helped people and it was right then that I wanted to become a dentist.”

When he’s not making kids smile, Dr Moore loves exercising, kayaking, playing pool and working in his garden. In addition to all that, Dr Moore loves counseling others about finance.

Dr. David J. Brown DDS

Pediatric Dentist

Known as the “office goofball”, Dr Brown has a double major in Biology and Business from the University of Kansas. While that could lead to any number of professions, Dr David Brown decided to further his education at the University of Nebraska College of Dentistry.

Why did you become a pediatric dentist?

“Children are such an amazing gift. Early in my career I decided that I wanted to give back to them by making sure they all have the best experience and education to care for their smiles!”

Outside of the office Dr Brown is a certified golf-a-holic! He’s also an avid KC Chief’s fan and enjoys attending KU basketball games as often as possible. Don’t let the sports fool you though, Dr Brown can just as easily kick back and host a full-blown musical marathon!

Dr. Trey K. Anderson DDS

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

After completing his undergrad at the University of Kansas, Dr. Anderson went on to complete his education at the University of Missouri Kansas City Dental School with a residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center Pediatric Dentistry.

Why did you become a pediatric dentist?

“Because kids are amazing! No other field can you talk about video games, shoes, ponies and princesses while also providing a positive change in their lives. A child’s smile can change moods, stop arguments, cause instant laughter or bring tears to your eyes. Helping children have a lasting healthy smile that will help propel them into the future is such an amazing opportunity. As a pediatric dentist, I can create a fun, energetic, and life changing atmosphere to give every child the positive dental experience they deserve.”

Dr. Amrita Khemka DMD

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Amrita Khemka did her undergraduate training in Psychology at Indiana University. She attended Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis to receive a Master of Science degree in Biology. In 2014, Dr. Khemka moved from the mid-west to Boston in order to attend Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She wasn’t ready to leave New England just yet and moved to Providence, Rhode Island, where she completed her residency in Pediatric Dentistry.

Her husband, Ranjit Ghanta, is a general dentist and own Maple Park Dentistry out west. He finished his Advanced Education in General Dentistry here in Wichita and fell in love with the people and what the city has to offer. He convinced Dr. Khemka to move to the Sunflower State, which happens to be her favorite flower. They have an almost two-year-old daughter that keeps them busy. Dr. Khemka is extremely excited to be part of the ICTeeth and Smile Safari family and to be involved in an exceptional community.

Why did you become a pediatric dentist?

“I loved going to the dentist growing up and used to dress-up in my fanciest clothes for my appointments, but I learned that not everyone shares the same feelings. A majority of the adults I treated in dental school had traumatic experiences as a child, stopping them from
seeing a dentist as an adult. I want to try to prevent the next generation from being afraid of going to the dentist. Plus, who doesn’t love kids? Every kiddo is unique, and you never know where the conversation takes you!”

Dr. Kristal Raya DDS

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

 Dr. Kristal Raya chose a career in pediatric dentistry because she is passionate about disease prevention and wants to help all children grow up with healthy smiles.

Dr. Raya completed her undergraduate education at the University of Kansas in 2011, receiving her bachelor’s degree in human biology with a minor in business. She then completed her master’s degree in biomedical science at Midwestern University, College of Health Sciences in Illinois in 2014. Dr. Raya went on to complete her dental education at Midwestern University, College of Dental Medicine in Illinois, graduating first in her class in 2018. Dr. Raya completed her specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry with NYU Langone Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, where she served as Chief Resident.

Following her training, Dr. Raya served in the National Health Service Corps, treating children in underserved communities in Missouri.

Both Dr. Raya and her husband, Nick, were born and raised in Hutchinson, and are so excited to move back closer to their family. They have a two-year-old, Theo, and are looking forward to welcoming the birth of their daughter this summer. Outside of the office, Dr. Raya enjoys volunteering with Special Olympics and cheering on the Kansas Jayhawks.

Dr. Kelsey Martinez DMD

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Kelsey Martinez completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Kansas and earned her dental degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She further specialized in pediatric dentistry through a residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Martinez is thrilled to return to her hometown of Wichita with her husband and son. They are eagerly anticipating the arrival of their new baby in August.

Why did you become a pediatric dentist?

I truly love hearing each child’s unique story and experiencing the joy of getting to know them, listening to how their day is going, and watching them grow up. With a little help from the tooth fairy, Disney movies, and endless amounts of imagination, I strive to sprinkle a bit of sunshine on every child I have the honor to treat.

What an amazing office. My kids and I love the staff and the doctors!! Everyone is very caring and great with kids! Thank you for making the dentist such a fun and positive place!

-Jackie A.

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