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Synonyms for dental

a consonant articulated with the tip of the tongue near the gum ridge

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Dental Health Services allowed its lead auditor to hold that position for more than five years.
We observed that the number of visits to dentists saw a dramatic decrease after a dementia diagnosis and that the reduction in utilization of dental health services was more predominant with patients who experienced a more rapid degeneration in cognitive function," explains Maria Eriksdotter, Professor of Geriatrics at the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, Karolinska Institutet.
The dental health buses are of great help to address the dental health needs of the people especially in the far-flung areas because these dental buses are equipped with the needed facilities and medicines to ensure accessibility to dental health services.
School dental health services are run throughout the year under the supervision of Dr Izhar in his institution, by going to the schools and providing care at the schools.
Figures from the Birmingham community dental health services showed that between 1965 and 1981 extractions of deciduous (rst) teeth in children aged under 15 dropped from 35,000 to just over 9,000, and extractions of permanent teeth fell from around 11,000 to 3,500.
Social Determinants of Dental Health Services Utilization of Greek Adults.
e) Dental Health Services Research Unit--Univ of Dundee, Scotland.
Satcher, speaking at a conference on unmet oral health needs, said that the Affordable Care Act offers an opportunity to improve access to dental health services by expanding dental health coverage to more than 5 million additional children through Medicaid.
PLANS to overhaul dental health services on Teesside look set to go ahead despite opposition.
Oral health in some disadvantaged families is still dangerously neglected - the primary task of local dental health services is to target such parents and children with effective caries control strategies.
While 75% of those surveyed believe that the Federal Government should at least share responsibilities for dental health services with the States and Territories, only 5% of people questioned believe the States and Territories alone should be responsible for dental health.
The report's author, Professor Nigel Pitts, director of Dundee University's dental health services research unit, said: 'There is clear evidence mass fluoridation would help.
Study author Nigel Pitts, director of Dundee University's dental health services research unit, said fluoridation of the water supply could help to reduce the problem.
Dental Health Services Research Unit, Mackenzie Building, Kirsty Semple Way, Dundee DD2 4BF, Socyland.
Benefits would be defined by an independent, nonpartisan, public-private group and encompass physical, mental, and dental health services.