Dental Public Health and Oral diseases

Dental public health is specialty of dentistry that deals with the prevention of oral disease through the promotion of oral health. The objective of this is to deliver dental care to low income families. The major activities of dental public health include


  • Assessment: Documenting the oral health status of the children, assessing the status of water fluoridation in the community and identifying the barriers to dental access.
  • Policy Development: Developing policies to provide oral health services to low income, underserved and vulnerable children and making mandate rule of screening oral health of the children entering into the school first time.
  • Assurance: Encouraging and coordinating efforts to provide oral health education and promotion in schools, clinics and community. Supply non fluoridated water supplies and high risk populations. Integrating oral health services into appropriate health, e

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