Description: This is an evidence based toolkit to support dental teams in improving their patient’s oral and general health. Published 12 June 2014 Last updated 22 March 2017 — see all updates
Description: Delivering better oral health: an evidence-based toolkit for prevention Contents About Public Health England Foreword 1 Introduction to third edition 2 The prevention toolkit 4 Section 1 Summary guidance for primary dental care teams 6 Section 2 Principles of toothbrushing for oral health 17 Section 3 Increasing fluoride availability 19
Description: In-text: (Public Health England, 2014) Your Bibliography: Public Health England, 2014. Local Authorities Improving Oral Health: Commissioning Better Oral Health For Children And Young People .
Description: should give to those most at risk of the consequences of poor oral health. DBOH was always intended to be a living document. It was first updated in 2009 (DBOH version 2), and after the Health and Social Care Act of 2012, Public Health England (PHE) took the lead role in its production, publishing the next revision in 2014 (version 3).
Description: Public Health Wales is an NHS body whose purpose is to protect and improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities. We improve the quality, equity and effectiveness of healthcare ...
Description: 22 Aug 2016. The DBOH toolkit was published by Public Health England, as the lead agency, in conjunction with key partners, including the Department of Health, National Health Service (NHS) England and the British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry (BASCD).
Description: In addition, 2 NEW DBOH factsheets will be published which summarise the key actions for oral health improvement for adults and children. DBOH is a key source of evidence based advice for dental teams and wider professional groups. Kind regards Sandra White National Lead for Dental Public Health Public Health England
Description: Oral health is part of general health and well-being and contributes to the development of a healthy child. The most common oral disease affecting young children is dental caries (figure 1), which is largely preventable and is a public health priority. Oral health is one of Public Health England’s (PHE) priorities linking to; getting the best start in life, childhood obesity, nutrition ...
Description: Subsequently, as Deputy Chief Dental Officer, I delivered the first review of "DBOH” and the publication of the second edition in April 2009, receiving much international interest. As Director of Dental Public Health in Public Health England I commenced the second review in preparation for the third edition, published in 2014.
Description: The dentist can advise you on how to prevent decay and identify any oral health problems at an early stage. Just opening up the child's mouth for the dentist to take a look at is useful practise for the future. When you visit the dentist, be positive about it and make the trip fun. This will stop your child worrying about future visits.
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