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National Oral Health

National Oral Health


Are a dentist or dental hygienist in a leadership position at a Health Center/safety-net clinic oral health program, have been in that leadership position for five years or less, are eager to lead a more efficient and effective oral health program, and are looking for an innovative way to gain leadership…
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Oral Health and overall Health

Oral Health and overall Health


The compartmentalization involved in viewing the mouth separately from the rest of the body must cease because oral health affects general health by causing considerable pain and suffering and by changing what people eat, their speech and their quality of life and well-being. Oral health also has an effect on other chronic diseases (1). Because of the failure to tackle social…


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Oral Health Awareness

Oral Health Awareness


Overview No matter what age, prevention is the key to maintaining good oral health. Knowing what particular dental problems you are at risk for developing and how you can reduce those risks will help you decide the most appropriate means to prevent dental problems. Susceptibility to various dental problems change as people age. Each person’s risk factors are unique. A thorough…


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Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science

Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science


The Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science is offered full-time on-campus at the Gold Coast campus Griffith Health Centre. Classes may be scheduled during the day and evening throughout the week and on Saturdays. Due to the need for students to develop complex clinical and technical skills throughout this program, extensive hands-on exposure to clinical/laboratory environments…


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Missouri School of Dentistry and Oral Health

Missouri School of Dentistry and Oral Health


The Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health’s innovative dental education program is a four-year curriculum. In the first two years of the program, students focus on biomedical and human sciences, integration of oral medicine in the practice of dentistry, and preclinical simulation exercises. In the third and fourth years, students practice dentistry in community-based…


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Oral Health advice

Oral Health advice


We all have two sets of teeth but, once childhood is over, the one set has to last us a lifetime. But with a little regular care, there’s no reason why they shouldn’t do just that. And by recognising the early warning signs of possible mouth or dental conditions, you can nip any problems in the bud. Common mouth problems Bleeding from the gums (including after brushing) : this…


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Oral Health Resources

Oral Health Resources


ITEM NAME DESCRIPTION GRADE LEVEL PRINTED SIZE This brochure describes what dental sealants are, why they are necessary, how sealants are applied, and it answers many of the most common questions about sealants. Designed as a three-fold brochure (note paper size). Page 1 is the front, page 2 is the back. Age 13 to adult Dental Sealants - Questions and Answers This sheet answers…


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Oral Health Linked to Heart disease

Oral Health Linked to Heart disease


Does a healthy mouth equal a healthy heart? More and more, the research says yes. Doctors have been talking about the potential link for nearly two decades and with good reason. Heart disease is a serious problem around the world. So is poor oral health. Could better brushing and flossing give you a healthier heart? And could dentists take a peek inside your mouth and see…


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Department of Oral Health

Department of Oral Health


Cathleen Taylor-Osborne DDS, MA, Director Bureau of Oral Health Phone: (785) 296-5116 1 SW Jackson, Suite 200 Topeka, Kansas Mission: The Bureau of Oral Health is Kansas state-level public health division dedicated to oral health improvement. The Bureau works to increase awareness and improve the oral health of all Kansans through: oral health data collection, surveillance…


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Oral Health education definition

Oral Health education definition


28, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ - National children s dental provider Kool Smiles has received the nation s top public relations award - the PR News Platinum PR Award - for its SmileOn campaign, a multi-year effort that includes ongoing community outreach, patient and employee relations, national and local media outreach around dental health education, and social media community…


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Poor Dental Health

Poor Dental Health


Contributed by Qadira Ali Huff, MD, MPH Overview- Why This Matters: A picture-perfect smile falls just out of reach for many children living in poverty. Dental caries is the most common chronic childhood disease, and the burden of dental caries falls disproportionately on low-income and minority children (Dye et al. 2012). Children living in poverty have about five times more…


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What is Oral Health promotion?

What is Oral Health promotion?


Good health is a major resource for social, economic and personal development. Political, economic, social, cultural, environmental, behavioural and biological factors can enhance or impair health. Health promotion action aims at making these conditions conducive to health. Health promotion therefore goes beyond health care. It puts health on the agenda of policy makers in…


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Oral Health Guidelines

Oral Health Guidelines


Oral health data systems monitor the prevalence of oral diseases and the factors influencing oral health, such as risky or protective behaviors, the availability of preventive interventions and utilization of preventive services. The systems bring together existing data from multiple national and state sources and present the data in useful and accessible formats for the broad…


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Oral Health prevention

Oral Health prevention


The latter part of the twentieth century saw a transformation in both general health and oral health unmatched in history. Yet, despite the remarkable achievements in recent decades, millions of people worldwide have been excluded from the benefits of socioeconomic development and the scientific advances that have improved health care and quality of life. The past decade has…


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Dental Health Topics

Dental Health Topics


Did you know almost 42, Americans will be diagnosed with oral and throat cancers this year? And that the 5-year survival rate of those diagnosed is only slightly more than 64 percent? When cancer is detected and treated early, treatment-related health problems are reduced. The oral cavity includes your lips, cheek lining, gums, front part […] Implants If you are self-conscious…


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Oral Health promotion programs

Oral Health promotion programs


Oral health promotion: an essential element of a health-promoting school WHO information series on school health - Document eleven Stella Kwan and Poul Erik Petersen WHO Global Oral Health Programme World Health Organization Reference number: WHO/NMH/NPH/ORH/School/03.3 Introduction This document, part of the World Health Organization (WHO) Information Series on School Health…


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Oral Health Organizations

Oral Health Organizations


Oral Health & Preventive Dentistry (Volume 1, No. 4, 2003, 309-315) Poul Erik Petersen, Chief, WHO Oral Health Programme World Health Organization This article highlights the activities undertaken by WHO Oral Health Programme to strengthen its involvement in tobacco cessation at the global level and initiatives related to co-operation with NGOs in oral health and WHO…


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Who Oral health?

Who Oral health?


Oral Health Country/Area Profile Programme by WHO Collaborating Centres, Malmö University, Sweden and Niigata University, Japan. Description The WHO Oral Health Country/Area Profile Programme , i.e. the CAPP was established in collaboration with WHO Noncommunicable Diseases Cluster, several WHO Collaborating Centres, organizations and individuals around the world in 1995…


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Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health

Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health


The Orthodontic and Dentofacial Orthopedic program offered at A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health (ATSU-ASDOH) is located in the state-of the-art Center for Advanced Oral Health in Mesa, Arizona. The program provides a rich clinically-focused education where students are exposed to the most current techniques and practices in the field. Mission…


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Oral Health care for Children

Oral Health care for Children


Brushing & Flossing Begin using toothpaste to brush your child s teeth when he (or she) is 2 years old. Be careful to use only a small dab of toothpaste (about the size of a grain of rice). Young children tend to swallow toothpaste when brushing, rather than spitting it out. Introduce fluoride toothpaste when your child is old enough not to swallow it. As soon as two…


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