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Bright Futures in Practice: Oral Health.


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Bright Futures in Practice: Oral Health. What Is Bright Futures?. Bright Futures is A vision A philosophy A set of expert guidelines A practical developmental approach to providing health supervision. Bright Futures Guidelines.
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Brilliant Futures in Practice: Oral Health

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What Is Bright Futures? Brilliant Futures is A dream A rationality An arrangement of master rules A handy formative way to deal with giving wellbeing supervision

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Bright Futures Guidelines The primary version of the Bright Futures rules was distributed in 1994. A second version was distributed in 2000.

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Bright Futures in Practice Series Oral Health Nutrition Physical Activity (anticipated) Mental Health (approaching) Children with Special Health Care Needs (pending)

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Bright Futures in Practice: Oral Health Manual Emphasis: Coordinate administrations between dental experts and wellbeing experts Assess hazard components and defensive elements Measure oral wellbeing results Make oral medicinal services available Provide early mediation

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...Bright Futures in Practice: Oral Health Manual Designed for wellbeing experts, this aide gives: A diagram of preventive oral wellbeing supervision for youngsters and teenagers from birth to age 21 Risk evaluation A model for fitting result measures.

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… .Bright Futures in Practice: Oral Health Manual Introduces the ideas of individualized, financially savvy hazard evaluation Emphasizes the commitment and association of dental experts, other wellbeing experts, and families in oral wellbeing supervision. Stresses the significance of early oral wellbeing mediation for kids.

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Bright Futures Focus - One Question What do kids and families need to avoid malady and advance wellbeing? Family is center for wellbeing supervision. Dental experts additionally have a bigger part in their preventive consideration organization with families.

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Four Innovations in Oral Health Supervision Contributions of Dental and Nondental Professionals in Oral Health Provision Early Intervention Risk Assessment Oral Health Outcomes

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How Bright Futures in Practice: Oral Health is Organized Section I – Oral Health Supervision Guidelines Section II – Risk Assessment Section II – Measuring Outcomes Section IV – Making Oral Health Supervision Accessible Section V – Essentials of Oral Health

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Section I: Five Developmental Periods Prenatal Infancy Early Childhood Middle Childhood Adolescence

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Section II: Risk Assessment Dental Caries Periodontal Disease Malocclusion Injury

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Section III: Measuring Outcomes Must be: Comprehensible Attainable Measurable

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Section IV: Making Oral Health Supervision Accessible Financial Concerns Cultural Differences Special Health Care Needs Fear of Discomfort/Infections

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Section V: Essentials of Oral Health To give foundation on key focuses concerning oral conditions/ailments.

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To Use Effectively: Tailor to the individual needs of the youngsters and the group. Dental Office Woodlawn Elementary School Carroll County School Division, Va.

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...To Use Effectively: Recognize the Culture Competing Health Concerns Health Behavior Social Conditions

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Resources Dental Services Dental administrations are given in the various areas to pre-school and school age kids who meet qualification prerequisites.

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...Resources Fluoride Mouthrinse Program Children "Swish and Spit" for one moment once every week in a school fluoride mouthrinse program in Goochland, Virginia.

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...Resources Health Education A general wellbeing hygienist shows kids about their "first excursion to the dentist."

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...Resources Materials http://www.vahealth.org/teeth Brochures Developed by VDH: Dental Sealant "Seal Away Tooth Decay" Baby Bottle Tooth Decay "Baby's First Step to Healthy Teeth" School Fluoride Mouthrinse Program "Swish Away Decay" Why Floss? Tips for Healthy Smiles: Prevention/Care/Education (Public Health Dentistry in VA)

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...Resources National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center http://www.mchoralhealth.org/Publications Fact Sheets Resource Materials Practice and Policy Guidelines Conference Proceedings

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Oral Health in America "Quiet Epidemic" Oral Health in America: A Report of the Surgeon General May 2000 www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/oralhealth/David Satcher, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Secretary for Health and Surgeon General Office of Public Health and Science

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Dental Caries (Tooth Decay) The Single Most Common Chronic Childhood Disease 5 Times More Common Than Asthma 7 Time More Common Than Hay Fever

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Children and Oral Health This preventable wellbeing issue starts mid: 17% of youngsters matured 2-4 years have as of now had rot. By the age of 8, around 52% of kids have encountered rot By the age of 17, dental rot influences 78% of youngsters. *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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...Children and Oral Health Studies by VDH demonstrate that 45% of youngsters ages 5 to 18 have dental rot. Kids on free or decreased lunch have higher sickness rates. Just 38% of kids have their filling needs met. *VDH Studies 1950-1998

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Oral Cancer Each year, more than 30,000 new instances of tumor of the oral pit and pharynx are analyzed and more than 8,000 passings because of oral malignancy happen. Anticipating high hazard practices Cigarette, stogie or funnel smoking Use of smokeless tobacco Excessive utilization of liquor *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Virginia Oral Health Profile Dental Visits 71.9% of the populace went to the dental practitioner or dental center inside the previous year. Teeth Cleaning 73.1% of the populace had their teeth cleaned by a dental specialist or dental hygienist inside the previous year. Complete Tooth Loss 28.5% of the populace 65+ have lost the greater part of their teeth. Fluoridation Status 72.1% of the populace on open water frameworks is getting fluoridated water.

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Dental Disease Trends In 1993 Children 5 to 17: 632,000 school days were lost. Grown-ups > 18: 3.6 million Work Days were lost. *National Center for Health Statistics

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...Dental Disease Trends The rate of movement of illnesses has moderated. The considerable danger for new dental rot may stretch out past early youth.

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...Dental Disease Trends New Studies New studies demonstrate that periodontal infection might be connected with: Cardiovascular Disease Diabetes Premature Births

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Manpower Dentist to Population Ratio: 1 general dental practitioner to 2,536 individuals. 43 out of 136 urban areas and provinces were distinguished as having not as much as dental specialist per 5,000 individuals. *Item 311-Report of Availability of Dental Services in Virginia

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Gaps in Access to Care Children with or without dental protection and non supplier Special Populations Elderly/Nursing Home Head Start Disabled Adult Indigent

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Bright Futures: Oral Health No matter what number of brushes or paints that we utilize… every canvas will be distinctive.