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PerfectSmilesElmhurs 19 Dec 16
Did you know? brushing teeth for two minutes, two times a day helps keep away.
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Peter Ciampi, DDS 8 Sep 17
Need another reason to take care of your teeth? The FDI World Dental Federation says can also result in lower social...
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Ferrari Dental 7 Aug 17
We concentrate on traditional dentistry preventing, diagnosing & treating , & focuses on#CosmeticDentistry! CALL (973) 263 2967
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roycrestdental 19 Jul 18
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OralHealthDentlManag 17 Aug 18
in and is higher among poor and disadvantaged population groups. Risk factors for oral diseases include , use, harmful use and poor , and social determinants.
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roycrestdental 18 Jul 18
Explain the risk of things such as cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss to your children for preventing oral diseases. . . .
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Authenmole Dec 20
It’s proved by thousands of medical scientist after over 30 years’ research worldwide that the in have the effects in disease-resistance and health care for losing weight, reducing , preventing , , and .
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Ave Põld May 22
Devastating data on rising rates in the ! Social determinants of must be targeted to prevent , , , .
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Margo Gloria 22 Mar 18
is the most common and preventable of . An urgent response is needed if we are to achieve by 30.
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Laurel Lance 27 Jun 17
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Charlotte Dental Esthetics: Vaibhav Bajaj, DMD, MP Jun 17
Do You Look For Oral Disease During Cleanings? ()
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SCFDS Apr 29
Here are some important understandings and tips to practice good oral hygiene in order to help protect your overall health - .
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Ann Marie Gorczyca Oct 9
DO YOU KNOW someone with diabetes? Have you been tested? We’re helping spread the word because we care about our patients!
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Kailash Hospital 29 Apr 18
Regular Dental Checkups Help to keep away Oral Diseases
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FLORIDA DENTAL UAE 11 Aug 18
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Simcoe Dental Mar 6
Strikingly, one-quarter of adults aged 65 years and older have lost all of their due to untreated . Source: Oral Health: The Silent Epidemic, article by Regina M. Benjamin.
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David Alexander Jun 29
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿has big & access to care problems for its most vulnerable, young & old. Is it a deep, societal, systems & attitude issue where oral health is not valued, and failure of advocacy at all levels? Try to put the mouth back in the body? No health without .
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UTSA Research May 25
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Teach Dental Apr 11
Dental exams form an essential role in preventive dentistry, the type of dentistry concerned with the prevention of oral disease. Call us today!
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Arogya Andhra Mar 19
World Oral Health Day () is a far-reaching global oral campaign. It is a platform for the to help reduce the overall burden. It's never too early or too late to start looking after your health.
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