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Oral Health promotion

Oral Health promotion


The threat of noncommunicable diseases and the need to provide urgent and effective public health responses led to the formulation of a global strategy for prevention and control of these diseases, endorsed in 2 by the Fifty-third World Health Assembly (resolution WHA 53.17). Priority is given to diseases linked by common, preventable and lifestyle related risk factors (e.g…


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Oral Health Research Topics

Oral Health Research Topics


Goal Prevent and control oral and craniofacial diseases, conditions, and injuries, and improve access to preventive services and dental care. Overview The health of the teeth, the mouth, and the surrounding craniofacial (skull and face) structures is central to a person’s overall health and well-being. Oral and craniofacial diseases and conditions include: Dental caries (tooth…


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Oral Health overall Health

Oral Health overall Health


The condition of your mouth is closely tied to your overall health. Find out how oral health is linked to diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and more. Taking care of your teeth isn t just about having a nice smile and pleasant breath. Recent research has found a number of links between oral health and overall health. While in many cases, the nature of this link still isn t clear…


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Oral Health Fact Sheets

Oral Health Fact Sheets


Resources for Patients and Health Care Professionals Through information provided at this site, we hope more of these individuals will have access to dental care and receive home-based dental prevention activities. 17% of children in Washington State have a special need; half of these children have mild-moderate special needs. Many individuals with special needs do not have…


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Dental Health Facts

Dental Health Facts


Men fare worse than women in many aspects of oral health, including rates of gum disease, tooth loss and certain oral infections. Some of these differences reflect dental health habits that are lacking more in men than in women, whereas others may be due to higher blood pressure and risk of heart disease. The medications men take to control these conditions can be a factor…


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Dental Health Foundation

Dental Health Foundation


The San Diego Dental Health Foundation (SDDHF) was founded in 1992 by dentists in the San Diego County area to provide funding for dental health education and dental health programs in our community. We are a small Foundation, with two part-time paid staff members and a nine member Board of Directors. Since 1992, SDDHF has provided funding for a wide variety of projects that…


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CDC Division of Oral Health

CDC Division of Oral Health


A nation where all people enjoy good oral health that contributes to leading healthy, satisfying lives. Our Mission To prevent and control oral diseases and conditions by building the knowledge, tools, and networks that promote healthy behaviors and effective public health practices and programs. Our Goals To prevent and control dental caries (tooth decay) across the life stages…


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Oral Health Magazine

Oral Health Magazine


Jerrold H. Epstein, DDS, says today’s patients go to great lengths to save their teeth. Photo Courtesy of Kathleen Cravedi, NLM Jerrold H. Epstein, DDS , a general dentist in Alexandria, Virginia, has been in practice for 35 years. He spoke with NIH MedlinePlus magazine about oral health issues common in older adults. What has been your experience in seeing patients with dry…


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Dental Health Awareness Month

Dental Health Awareness Month


Colgate has been celebrating Oral Health Month since 2012, always focusing on creating awareness of proper oral health habits to promote healthy smiles among Hispanic communities nationwide. A collaboration that will make you smile For the first time, Colgate is collaborating with the American Dental Association this year to improve oral health outcomes among U.S. Hispanics…


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National Oral Health Plan

National Oral Health Plan


The major message of the report is that oral health means much more than healthy teeth, and is integral to the general health and well-being of all Americans. Oral health must be included in the provision of health care and design of community programs. Safe and effective means of maintaining oral health that everyone can adopt to improve oral health and prevent disease have…


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Oral Health in Children

Oral Health in Children


Public Health England’s (PHE) rapid evidence review and ROI tool were commissioned from the York Health Economics Consortium and developed in partnership with PHE. The ROI tool allows effectiveness data on oral health interventions to be used to estimate the potential economic benefits from each intervention. The tool uses the best available evidence to estimate the reduction…


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