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Disease prevention and oral health promotion

Disease prevention and oral health promotion

socio-dental sciences in action

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Published by Munksgaard in Copenhagen .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Mouth Diseases -- prevention & control,
  • Tooth Diseases -- prevention & control,
  • Health Promotion,
  • Socioeconomic Factors,
  • Oral Hygiene

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, Lois K. Cohen and Helen C. Gift.
    ContributionsCohen, Lois K., Gift, Helen C.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination590 p. ;
    Number of Pages590
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21713287M
    ISBN 108716110951
    OCLC/WorldCa32632034

    This book focuses on oral health promotion and the impact of systemic disease in the development of oral disease, as well as how to introduce, apply, and communicate prevention to a patient with a defined risk profile. Prevention in Clinical Oral Health Care integrates preventive approaches into clinical practice, and is a valuable tool for all health care professionals to integrate oral. Office of Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion; Suicide Prevention. Good Oral Health Reads You Can Really Sink Your Teeth Into. This book describes what a dentist does, where they work, what kind of training they’ve had and the tools they use to keep your teeth and gums healthy. (Included is a special hands-on activity section.

    Oral health refers to the standard of health of the oral and related tissues that enable an individual to eat, speak and socialise without active disease, discomfort or embarrassment. health promotion, and disease prevention. best evidence-based practice, and continuously delivered in an effective and efficient manner. The membership. Prevention of oral mucosal disease / C. Scully and A. Hegarty --Prevention in the ageing dentition / J.G. Steele and A.W.G. Walls --Impairment--preventing a disability / J.H. Nunn --Prevention of social inequalities in oral health / N.M. Nuttall --Oral health promotion and policy / A. Sheiham and R. Watt --Developing the concept of prevention.

    `This excellent book assesses the impact of prevention on the main oral diseases. The book provides a concise analysis of the scientific evidence underpinning current approaches to the prevention of oral disease. Considering the range of topics covered, this is a remarkably slim volume presented in a clear and very readable way/5(3). The dental professional is being challenged to join the ranks of health care providers who base clinical practice on models of health promotion and disease prevention as well as tried to provide the reader with a guidepost to integrate this new paradigm of prevention into the clinical oral health practice arena.


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