oral hygiene

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oral hygiene

oral hygiene

n
(Dentistry) another name for dental hygiene
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Use of patient self-report oral health outcome measures in assessment of dental treatment outcomes.
Objective: The study was carried out to assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of school teachers of primary schools regarding oral health and their participation in oral health education.
Oral health is an important component of general health and a determinant factor for quality of life.
Background and Objectives: Oral health remains one of the longstanding health challenges.
1] The initiative can provide a platform to explore integration of oral health promotion activities within the broader context of healthcare delivery.
The first study of oral health in children with type 2 diabetes, including those who are obese, has found that these children tend to have poorer oral health than children who do not have type 2 diabetes.
The Saudi Dental Society (SDS) and Colgate have joined forces to launch a series of initiatives designed to enhance oral health care habits across the Kingdom.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the differences in the oral health behaviours and attitudes among physiotherapy, pharmacy and dental students of a teaching institution of Pakistan.
3) As caregivers in these facilities are charged with aiding the residents with their activities of daily living, one area of increasing concern is the oral health of the residents.
joined Northwell Health to announce that more than 200 children fighting cancer have received oral health treatment during the past two years through the Henry Schein Oral Health Navigator Program, an initiative designed to help young patients avoid oral health-related complications during cancer treatment.
The Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC), in collaboration with Hamad Medical Corporation's (HMC) dentistry department, has rolled out a child oral health survey in the country.
Tribune News Network Doha AN in-depth study by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) has shed light on the factors affecting oral health in Qatar.

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