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Synonyms for dental

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

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Dr John Morris, regional consultant in dental public health with Public Health England West Midlands, said: "The best drinks for one and two-year-olds are plain still water or plain whole milk.
The public needs to have sound information on the best method to brush their teeth,' says Aubrey Sheiham, Emeritus Professor of Dental Public Health (University College London (UCL) Epidemiology and Public Health), senior author of the study, published in the British Dental Journal.
Ann Eshenaur Spolarich, RDH, PhD Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Dental Public Health and Pediatric Dentistry; and Associate Director, National Center for Dental Hygiene Research & Practice Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
Dr Jenny Godson, PHE regional consultant in dental public health for the north of England.
QUETTA -- About 25 million people in Pakistan smoke and according to an estimate about half of them will die of tobacco related diseases, said Dr Syed Hussain Askary, Head of Dental Public Health, Director Academics & Administration, Fatima Jinnah Dental College (FJDC).
There is also a need to create a database for dental public health," he said.
Maria Morgan, a lecturer in dental public health, said: "There are a couple of issues about these sweets; they are very sweet and contain acids as well, but they are also being eaten by children under the radar - many adults and parents aren't aware of these sweets, which are being sold at pocket-money prices.
The second keynote, from Dee Kyne, discussed clinically-led commissioning at local level (see above) before final keynote speaker, deputy chief dental officer for the Department of Health, Dr Sue Gregory gave an overview of how dental public health lessons can inspire optics in future.
Other recommendations in the report include a call for integrating oral health care into overall health care, maximizing access to oral health care, promoting research and expanding the capacity to ensure that states have the infrastructure and support to "perform core dental public health functions.
Professor Ivor Chestnutt, a consultant in dental public health at Cardiff University who is leading the study, said: "Although both of these treatments have been around for many years and have been shown to work, to know which works best and is most acceptable from the perspective of the children, their parents, the dental staff carrying out the treatments, and the schools in which the treatment will be delivered, will be of tremendous value to the NHS.
Such a policy would need to be universally implemented and supported by our Dental Public Health colleagues and through them Government agencies.
Lesley Gough, consultant in Dental Public Health for Liverpool said: "Until we've got a proposed scheme from the SHA, that we can discuss and debate, our position remains neutral.
Pine and Harris (both dental public health and primary dental care, U.