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Dental Oral Health


Mission Oral diseases are among the most prevalent health problems in Tennessee and oral diseases affect a significant number of children and adolescents in every county. Population-based surveys reveal that certain segments of the population (low socioeconomic groups, minorities, and those living in fluoride-deficient communities) are at a high risk for oral diseases and are…


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National Oral Health Month

National Oral Health Month


Although the mouth is part of the body, we often think of it as something separate. We often ignore bleeding or tender gums, while an irritation or pain elsewhere in the body would mean a trip to the doctor. Poor oral health can affect a person s quality of life. Oral pain, missing teeth or oral infections can influence the way a person speaks, eats and socializes. These oral…


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Facts about Oral Health

Facts about Oral Health


This newsletter series provides Head Start staff with information on current practice and practical tips for promoting good oral health. Visit Cook s Corner for simple recipes for healthy snacks. Health and social service professionals may also find the newsletter helpful. Use this guide to find information about oral health-related curricula that may be used in Head Start…


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Oral Health education for Kids

Oral Health education for Kids


Raising kids is a challenging responsibility; that s why there are so many books on parenting through a child s changing behavior. But what about oral health education? Knowing how to care for your child s teeth is just as important as other areas of rearing, particularly if you want to prevent dental disease. Here s a guide to help you keep your child s teeth and gums healthy…


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Cardiovascular disease and Oral Health

Cardiovascular disease and Oral Health


Claiming around 610, lives each year, heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women in the U.S. Did you know that research has found a link between this deadly disease and the health of your gums? Treating gum disease can go a long way in lessening the impact of coronary artery disease (CAD), according to a 2014 study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.1…


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Dental Health Index

Dental Health Index


The aim of this study was to determine the most appropriate set of weights with which to calculate the number of sound-equivalent teeth (T-Health index) against perceived oral health, which was used as a proxy of oral health status. This study used data from 5, 057 dentate subjects, ≥ 30 yr of age, who were participating in the Finnish Health 2 Survey. Subjects provided information…


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Childrens Oral Health

Childrens Oral Health


The Children s Oral Health Program is part of the Family, Maternal and Child Health (FMCH) Programs in Contra Costa Health Services. It was founded in 1977 to provide preventive dental services to children in low-income areas of the county. The program works in collaboration with schools, preschools and community partners to increase access to oral health services, by linking…


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Dental Health Issues

Dental Health Issues


Find information about other dental problems such as bad breath, tonsil troubles, canker sores, and more. Bad Breath Changing Bad Breath Bad breath is often caused by a buildup of bacteria in your mouth that causes inflammation and gives off noxious odors or gases that smell like sulfur - or worse. Bad Breath (Halitosis) Bad breath, medically called halitosis, can result from…


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Importance of good Oral Health

Importance of good Oral Health


With all the excitement of a pregnancy, dental health is often overlooked. However, neglecting treatment for dental issues could have detrimental results for you and your baby. There are several simple steps you can take to ensure you maintain optimal dental health during this important and life changing time. A common dental problem that arises during pregnancy is gingivitis…


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What is good Oral health?

What is good Oral health?


Here are some things you and your family can do right now to start good oral health habits at home! Keep Brushing! Gums can be tender during pregnancy but it s important to brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste. And don t forget to floss. Make Brushing a Family Time! Your children learn from you. Brush your teeth together and it can be the beginning of a lifetime of…


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Oral Health definition

Oral Health definition


Amalgam - Silver-colored filling material; may also be referred to as a restoration or filling. Bitewings - X-rays of the top and bottom molars and pre-molars to show decay between teeth or under fillings. Bridge - A non-removable appliance that replaces one or more missing teeth with false teeth and attaches to healthy teeth. Calculus (Tartar) - Hardened plaque on teeth, requiring…


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How to maintain Oral health?

How to maintain Oral health?


Brushing, flossing, and rinsing are the ABCs of oral health, but they re only the beginning. A marvelous mouth takes more than squeezing paste out of a tube - think improving your toothbrushing technique, ditching the daily soda habit, and saying good-bye to cigarettes. David Leader, DMD, an assistant clinical professor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston…


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Benefits of Oral Health

Benefits of Oral Health


How a Salt Water Mouth Rinse Benefits Oral Health Dental health is a thing. It’s not just about brushing your teeth and flossing, either; keeping your teeth, gums, and tongue healthy requires a comprehensive effort. Now, don’t let that scare you — there are simple ways to take care of your dental health, and many of them don’t involve extra visits to the dentist’s chair. One…


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Oral Health and systemic disease

Oral Health and systemic disease


Welcome to the Department of Oral Immunology and Infectious Diseases website. The department is home to 8 full time faculty and over 50 dedicated staff, students and post-doctoral fellows. The department researchers are involved in cross-disciplinary projects to dissect the molecular and cellular basis of the interactions between oral bacteria and their host, and to define…


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Dentistry and Oral Health

Dentistry and Oral Health


Clinical Rotations & Public Health Placements Social Security Hospital- Located in the historic old town of Quito, this public hospital provides dental care to patients who are registered with the Ecuadorean Social Security program. Services offered include general dentistry, maxillofacial surgery, and dental prosthesis. The dental clinic counts with 9 professionals…


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Oral Health Articles

Oral Health Articles


If you want to prevent cavities, how often you eat can be just as important as what you eat. That s because food affects your teeth and mouth long after you swallow. Eating cookies with dinner will do less harm to your teeth than eating them as a separate snack. Of course, overall poor nutrition can contribute to periodontal (gum) disease. It also can have other long-term effects…


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Oral Health org

Oral Health org


More than 60 attendees gathered at the Inn at Middletown on Wednesday, December 7 to celebrate the successes achieved in Connecticut legislation of the oral health care field during 2016. We also use this time of year to celebrate those selfless individuals who give of themselves to create a better life for the underserved residents of the state. Tags: On Friday, October 14…


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Link Between Oral Health and overall Health

Link Between Oral Health and overall Health


Years ago, a physician who suspected heart disease would probably not refer the patient to a gum specialist. The same went for diabetes, pregnancy, or just about any other medical condition. Times have changed. The past 5 to 10 years have seen ballooning interest in possible links between mouth health and body health. Physicians are taking a more holistic approach to their…


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Bad Oral Health

Bad Oral Health


Bad breath, medically called halitosis, can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems. Bad breath can also be made worse by the types of foods you eat and other unhealthy lifestyle habits. How Does What You Eat Affect Breath? Basically, all the food eaten begins to be broken down in your mouth. If you eat foods with strong odors (such…


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Oral Health Dental management

Oral Health Dental management


We would like to invite you to contribute a review or a full research paper for publication in the Special Issue of Oral Health and Dental Management (OHDM). These special issue articles will be fully Open Access. In case you wish to send a contribution for this special issue, Instructions for submission can be found at OHDM is an Open Access broad-based journal. It was founded…


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