alexa Tobacco control activities in U.S. dental practices.
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Journal of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems

Author(s): Dolan TA, McGorray SP, GrinsteadSkigen CL, Mecklenburg R, Dolan TA, McGorray SP, GrinsteadSkigen CL, Mecklenburg R, Dolan TA, McGorray SP, GrinsteadSkigen CL, Mecklenburg R, Dolan TA, McGorray SP, GrinsteadSkigen CL, Mecklenburg R

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Abstract The authors surveyed general dentists, periodontists, pediatric dentists and dental hygienists in three U.S. geographical regions to estimate the percentage who practiced tobacco use cessation activities in their dental offices. A total of 1,746 dentists and 723 dental hygienists completed either a long or short version of a mailed survey or telephone interview. The authors found that tobacco cessation activities are not a routine part of dental practice and that tobacco control activities and training vary by dentist type and geographical region.
This article was published in J Am Dent Assoc and referenced in Journal of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems

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