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  • oral
  • Enhance the capacity of academic dental institutions to conduct oral health-related research. (adea.org)
  • Research and develop strategies to improve the role of academic dental institutions in ensuring access to oral health care for all, especially the underserved. (adea.org)
  • The opening of 4 new graduate dental specialty diploma programs, linked with either an MSc or a PhD, will lead to a robust growth in graduate student research that contributes to improvements in oral health. (jcda.ca)
  • Chemical Studies of the Relations of Oral Microorganisms to Dental Caries. (umich.edu)
  • More than half of African American men have untreated dental problems, putting them at greater risk than all other Americans of contracting maladies that lead to tooth decay, gum disease and oral cancer, according to a report released yesterday by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies' Health Policy Institute. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Oral disease and untreated dental problems rob you of both. (washingtonpost.com)
  • The new system of dental health education points out to the students the defects in their own oral health, shares the way to a remedy, stresses the value of personal oral care during youth, and yet, send the young men and women out to their dentists for treatment, avoiding any restorative service in the college itself. (dentalbytes.com)
  • dentists
  • Dental therapists could help-but many professional dentists are fighting them. (motherjones.com)
  • He was the golden boy of the America Dental Association or ADA, the trade association that represents dentists, giving presentations throughout the country and teaching about blood chemistries, which he held a post doctorate degree in from the University of Colorado. (rense.com)
  • That dentists in this country are actively interested in, and supporting the work of, the organization is demonstrated by an agreement signed early in September between the American Red Cross and the American Dental Association. (dentalbytes.com)
  • Working with Dr. Grey in the dental health service are dentists of Northfield, who spend about two hours a week each. (dentalbytes.com)
  • systemic
  • Of these, again, many are in the hands of their own medical men, and if we risked giving the advice as to dental requirements, it may conflict with what has been advised, possibly to meet some other systemic weakness outside our work. (dentalbytes.com)
  • Research in recent years has shown beyond question that almost all dental ailments have a systemic background or implications. (dentalbytes.com)
  • tissues
  • Diagnostic ultrasound is used everywhere in the body except for dental tissues," said Mark Hinders, a professor of applied science at the College of William and Mary who has been developing techniques for dental ultrasound for more than two decades. (pbs.org)
  • diseases
  • In response to this worrying escalation and the public need for accurate and balanced information about these diseases, two ECU journalism lecturers, in partnership with the WA AIDS Council (WAAC), developed a pilot project that included several media education and training sessions for WAAC staff. (healthcanal.com)
  • dentist
  • The Liberal dental plan promise follows a series of stories in the Star earlier this year on the hardships faced by people who cannot afford to see a dentist, such as Oakville convenience store owner Moses Han. (thestar.com)
  • Some of the factors entering into the feeding problems of early childhood and consequently the functional dental disorders of later years are of direct concern for the dentist. (dentalbytes.com)
  • problems
  • More than a million Americans a year show up at hospital emergency rooms with nontraumatic dental problems-costing more than $1 billion annually. (motherjones.com)
  • Some Problems of Dental Education and How They Are Being Solved. (umich.edu)
  • The Joint Center report, which drew on a range of statistics from the federal government and other sources, said 51 percent of African American men have untreated dental problems, compared with 28 percent of white men. (washingtonpost.com)
  • The belief that additional factual knowledge regarding this relationship might facilitate our understanding of certain office problems and dental disorders has given rise to this presentation of a few observations made by men in this field. (dentalbytes.com)
  • teeth
  • I met people who had pulled out their own teeth and others who had lost loved ones to dental abscesses. (motherjones.com)
  • More than 1 in 3 low-income adults avoid smiling because they're ashamed of their teeth, according to a Harris Poll survey conducted on behalf of the American Dental Association in 2015. (motherjones.com)
  • She's a dental therapist- something like a nurse practitioner for teeth. (motherjones.com)
  • surgery
  • Broderick's work is general medicine and general surgery in contra-distinction with the work of the average dental practitioner who is largely employed in the technical repair of a broken down dental machine, the breaking down being due to a want of appreciation of, and application of the physiological physical, chemical and psychological processes in the background of diseased tissue in any part of the body. (dentalbytes.com)
  • In the author's lectures to the senior classes of the Chicago College of Dental Surgery from 1904 to 1909, when the first edition of his book-Modern Dental Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics-was published, the following remedies were given from year to year. (dentalbytes.com)
  • focuses
  • Dr. Karen Sokal-Gutierrez, a pediatrician I know who teaches in the UCSF-Berkeley Joint Medical Program, is involved in a health program in El Salvador that among other things focuses on the dental health of urban and rural kids. (foodpolitics.com)
  • work
  • The dental dietetic needs, as outlined in modern dental literature, come less under their notice, or perhaps not at all, so it should be our earnest endeavor to interest them and obtain their co-operation at all times, and together work for the results we feel can be obtained. (dentalbytes.com)
  • The dental health educational work is begun each year by an illustrated lecture to the entire freshman class. (dentalbytes.com)
  • service
  • War and Dental Service [editorial]. (umich.edu)
  • This subject has long needed the attention of the dental professional service. (dentalbytes.com)
  • Dr. Hyatt emphasizes that dental trades cannot be confused with the general commercial trades and calls for "a new word to replace the term 'trade' when applied to the manufactures of materials used in health service. (dentalbytes.com)
  • Value of business and greater income may be a natural incentive of the dental trades but we must admit their efforts have always been for greater efficiency, which enables better service. (dentalbytes.com)
  • Despite the appellation "Public Health service" applied to the Federal government branch instituting this survey, it is obvious that one very important phase of public health is being completely ignored in the survey-that of dental health. (dentalbytes.com)
  • The institution is Carleton college, at Northfield, Minn. The dental education program is carried on through its dental health service, which is an integral position of its general health service. (dentalbytes.com)
  • With such conditions existent among a group of students, most of whom come from homes where competent and adequate dental service can well be afforded, it is felt that a service of this type should be rendered in high schools instead of waiting until college age. (dentalbytes.com)
  • The dental health service at Carleton college was launched as a part of the general health service, in January, 1931, but was reorganized in the fall of 1932 into the beginnings of its present form. (dentalbytes.com)
  • Until the fact of our real relationship with medicine is universally adopted and acted upon by all educators, it will be impossible to arrange a curriculum or a course of training, adequate to produce practitioners capable of supplying a real health service, dental or medical. (dentalbytes.com)
  • Association
  • The Minnesota Dental Association launched what the Star Tribune called "an all-out media blitz targeting the legislation," but lawmakers passed it anyway. (motherjones.com)
  • Weston Price was the head researcher in the early 1920 s for the now defunct National Dental Association or NDA. (rense.com)
  • Society
  • The nation's first dental therapists started working in Alaskan tribal areas in 2005-and the ADA and the Alaska Dental Society soon sued (unsuccessfully) to stop them. (motherjones.com)
  • Reports of Society Meetings, First District Dental Society of the State of New York. (umich.edu)
  • medical
  • So far as the medical and dental professions are concerned, any advice given as to smoking habits of patients must be based primarily on unsupported personal opinion. (dentalbytes.com)
  • conditions
  • and surveys of dental conditions of refugees. (dentalbytes.com)
  • The study of the races most isolated from our food habits, with mothers on their natural diet, breast feeding the children for long periods, in each and every case shows dental conditions unequalled in civilized countries. (dentalbytes.com)
  • The remedy is also used for many other conditions in dental therapeutics. (dentalbytes.com)
  • emergency
  • He went blind from a tooth infection that spread to his brain because he could not afford a $1,300 emergency dental bill. (thestar.com)
  • field
  • In general dental practice the field is narrowed again: first the mothers do not present at the time when pre-natal advice should be given, and that is four to six months prior to the birth of the child. (dentalbytes.com)
  • In like manner information concerning the invasion of socialism into the dental field may be obtained. (dentalbytes.com)
  • publications
  • and the recognition of scholarly achievement, professional ethics and values, and publications in dental education and research. (adea.org)