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ADA.org: Action for Dental Health: Bringing Disease Prevention into

Bringing Disease Prevention into Communities. A Statement from the American Dental Association. December 2013. ADA series on. Access to. Oral Health ... year launched Action for Dental Health: Dentists Making a Difference, an .... like an inability to hold a toothbrush to a simple lack of understanding of how to practice ...

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Oral Health Strategic Framework, 2014-2017

system-level factors. Consideration of these interactions is essential to understanding the causes and pathological processes of oral diseases and can greatly enhance more rapid discovery of interventions that will improve their prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Barriers to Oral Health Care. The lack of dental services in ...

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Understanding Children's Oral Health

Understanding Children's Oral Health: More Than Just Baby Teeth. A Brief for Policymakers in New York. Key Points about Children's Oral Health. For the last century, and particularly in the last few decades, the oral health of New. Yorkers has improved substantially. The decline in dental disease is a testament to the efforts.

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Your Oral Health and Lupus Download

understand the direct impact your dental health has on this disease. It is equally important to know that certain types of medications prescribed to treat. Lupus can make it much easier to obtain certain gum diseases. Although oral health has not been proven to cause. Lupus, studies show that people who are diagnosed.

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Understanding the importance of oral health in psychiatric patients

Advances in Psychiatric Treatment (1999), vol. 5, pp. 53-60. Understanding the importance of oral health in psychiatric patients. Irene Cormac & Philip Jenkins. Dental disease and psychiatric illness are among the most prevalent health problems in the Western world. While the dental needs ofmentally illpeople are similar in ...

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National Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. (2010). ... and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions—is ..... A National Call to Action To Promote Oral Health and a research agenda for health literacy in dentistry.

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WHO INFORMATION SERIES ON SCHOOL HEALTH

Dec 10, 2002 ... SERIES ON. SCHOOL HEALTH DOCUMENT ELEVEN. Oral Health Promotion: An Essential Element of a Health-Promoting School. World Health Organization ... of Oral Diseases. Department of Preventive Dentistry. Dental School of Erfurt. Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena. Erfurt, Germany. Mike Holmes.

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Dental Health and Overall Health — Understanding the Connection

periodontal disease has the potential to decrease medical costs and reduce hospital admissions related to chronic systemic diseases. Dental care is integral to whole-person health and dental insurance helps provide that benefit. Dental Health and Overall. Health — Understanding the. Connection. DECEMBER 2016 .

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Oral Health and Diabetes[PDF-240K]

Team Members to Know About Oral. Health and Diabetes. In this section, you will find an overview of key medical issues related to oral health and diabetes. ... designed to guide national health promotion and disease prevention efforts to improve the health of all .... of periodontal disease.23,24 Data also show that the  ...

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Equipping Parents with Important Information About Children's Oral

been told by a dentist or hygienist that their child was at risk for tooth decay. While being at risk of tooth decay is not indicative of overall oral health, it does show that parents need to be diligent in relation to their children's oral care. Parents should have a good understanding of dental disease to help their children avoid it, if ...

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Breaking Down Barriers to Oral Health for All Americans

Oral Health for All Americans: The Community Dental Health. Coordinator. A Statement from the American Dental Association. October 2012. ADA series on. Access to ... untreated disease that could have been prevented — is nothing short of ... appointments with dentists, and they make sure that patients understand how.

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Oral Health: State Policy Options

to Oral Health Care. •. Understand your state's Medicaid program coverage for adult dental benefits. •. Consider policies that ensure consumers can access dental insurance information on your state's health insurance marketplace, and that help adults understand their coverage. •. Learn about health insurance exchange.

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Your Guide to Understanding Dental X-rays, and Your Health

Extraoral Bitewing– Bitewing X-rays are the most common form of X-rays taken during a dental exam as they show dental cavities between teeth. However, not all ... How often X-rays (radiographs) should be taken depends on your present oral health, your age, your risk for disease, and any signs and symptoms of oral.

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Diabetes and Dental Health— Understanding the Connection

www.joslin.org. Diabetes and Dental Health—. Understanding the Connection. Introduction. If you are among the 24 million people in the United. States who have diabetes, or if you are among the 57 million who are at risk for it, then periodontal disease. (PD), particularly how to keep from getting it, is of particular concern to ...

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Trends in oral health status: United States, 1988-1994 and 1999-2004

Series 11, Number 248. Trends in Oral Health Status: United States, 1988–1994 and 1999–2004. Data From the Continuous. National Health and Nutrition. Examination Survey (NHANES). U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Health ...

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Leading the World to Optimal Oral Health

oral health promotion and disease prevention, supporting dental materials research, and offering guidelines for best ..... oral health care provider treating the patient as an equal, but with an understanding that the provider knows more about ... Tell-show-do techniques for oral hygiene instructions. • The importance of routine ...

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Oral Health in America: A Report of the Surgeon General

relates to a lack of public understanding and awareness of the importance of oral health. We know that the mouth reflects general health and well-being. This report reiterates that gen- eral health risk factors common to many diseases, such as tobacco use and poor dietary practices, also affect oral and craniofacial health .


Oral Health Education Resource kit

Through this series, the West Virginia Oral Health Program believes that oral health ... and have an understanding of oral health promotion and dental disease ... Design a personal health goal and track progress toward its achievement. Lesson 3-Tobacco. After this lesson, children will: Have a better understanding of .

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Saving Smiles Series Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body

and have an understanding of oral health promotion and dental disease prevention. ▫ Demonstrate an ability to identify accurate oral health information and to be able to utilize this information to positively influence oral health and total well being. ▫ Demonstrate a variety of oral health behaviors that promote healthy mouths,.

Saving_Smiles_K-5_Oral_Health_Education_Curriculum.pdf

An exploration of oral health beliefs and attitudes of Chinese in West

understanding of relevant health belief systems is crucial in developing culturally sensitive health promotion programmes (Lee et al., 1993; Brown and Williams, 1994). Traditional Chinese health beliefs adopt an holistic or macrocosmic view emphasizing the importance of environmental factors in increasing risk of disease ...

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