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  Oregon Dental Public Health Report (Nov. 17, 2006)  Popular

Oral disease is a serious, often overlooked public health problem that affects the majority of Oregonians during their lifetime, according to a new report from the Oregon Department of Human Services Public Health Division. "The Burden of Oral Disease in Oregon" describes the extent of the problem and its consequences, and offers strategies for improvement.
Added on: Nov 23, 2006 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1187 | Comments: 0
   


  ADA Issue Paper: Quality Dental Care for American Indians and Alaska Natives  Popular

Faced with a horrific level of disease, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium expanded the Alaska Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) several years ago to include dental health aides, who would provide a variety of services in underserved areas. The ADA supports the Dental Health Aide program, with the exception of one component: the use of dental health aide therapists (DHATs)—to perform irreversible surgery that no non-dentist should perform.
Added on: Feb 01, 2006 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1545 | Comments: 0
   


  Oral Health: Preventing Cavities, Gum Disease, and Tooth Loss  Popular

“No one should suffer from oral diseases or conditions that can be effectively treated or prevented.”

Richard H. Carmona, MD, MPH, FAC
Surgeon General
U.S. Public Health Service
Added on: Sep 12, 2005 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1077 | Comments: 0
   


  Canadian Dental Association Dental Health FAQ Sheet  Popular

For the 2002 National Oral Health Month, the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) has chosen as its slogan Oral health - good for life, symbolizing the possible link between oral health and general health. To communicate this important message, CDA has prepared this fact sheet and a placard (which also may be downloaded by clicking here) illustrating the importance of keeping a healthy mouth as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Added on: Mar 28, 2002 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 404 | Comments: 0
   


  Canadian Dental Association Dental Health Month Placard  Popular

For the 2002 National Oral Health Month, the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) has chosen as its slogan Oral health - good for life, symbolizing the possible link between oral health and general health. To communicate this important message, CDA has prepared this placard and a fact sheet (which is also available for download by clicking here) illustrating the importance of keeping a healthy mouth as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Added on: Mar 28, 2002 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 401 | Comments: 0
   



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