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oral hygiene

oral hygiene

n
(Dentistry) another name for dental hygiene
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Mirza et al highlighted huge differences among socioeconomic classes of Pakistan with regards to healthy eating habits, oral hygiene knowledge and practices1.
They contain ingredients that desensitize the dentine that is exposed either by poor oral hygiene (which causes gum disease) or by over-enthusiastic brushing.
Families have apparently received the message from dental professionals that it's advisable to set their kids on the path to good oral hygiene at an early age.
Changes in patient habits towards better oral health and providing healthcare practitioners with the tools required to guide patients towards daily oral hygiene practices were highlighted at a recent dental health workshop in Dubai.
The team is conducting thousands of dental checkups and oral hygiene educational sessions for school teachers, parents and school children.
The main aims of our study was thus to determine the oral hygiene levels and periodontal status among terapanthi svetambar Jain monks attending a Chaturmass in Udaipur, India, and to correlate them with various demographic variables of the Jain monks, including age, oral hygiene habits, caloric intake and education level.
Nononcology patients who are starting oral or IV bisphosphonate therapy do not require a dental examination beforehand, provided dental care is appropriate and oral hygiene is good.
Oral hygiene specialist Molar Limited has introduced a new dietary supplement, ProDen PlaqueOff, which promises to reduce the build up of plaque and tartar on your teeth.
Mosby's Dictionary defines oral hygiene as 'the condition or practice of maintaining the tissues and structures of the mouth.
The oral hygiene market is part of the cosmetics and toiletries product category.
These studies show that the population with intellectual and developmental disabilities has significantly higher rates of poor oral hygiene and periodontal treatment needs than the general population.
Combine that with three days of minimal oral hygiene, and nosocomial (facility-originated) pneumonia can arise.

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