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2019 Articles


 


How useful are current caries risk assessment tools in informing the oral health decision-making process?
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JADA February 2019

Background: Caries risk assessment (CRA) tools could address oral health disparities and enhance the efficiency of the oral health care system. The authors aimed to explore the feasibility and limitations of using clinical CRA tools in informing oral health care policy-making processes.

Key Words: Caries; burden of caries; caries risk assessment; cost of oral health care; oral health care policy; vulnerable population; preventative oral health care.

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Geospatial distribution of periodontists and US adults with severe periodontitis
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JADA February 2019

Background: In this study, the authors report on the geospatial distributions of periodontists and adults with severe periodontitis in the United States.

Key Words: Demography; oral health care; dental clinics; dentists; oral health; periodontics; population groups; rural population; urban population.

 

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Feasibility and acceptance of oral HPV detection in the dental office: results from the National Dental PBRN
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JADA February 2019

Background: Oral human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is the principal underlying cause of a dramatic increase in oropharyngeal cancer. Dentistry can play an important role in developing clinical algorithms for secondary prevention.

Key Words: HPV; oropharyngeal; cancer; risk; screening.

Tooth loss among older adults according to poverty status in the United States from 1999 through 2004 and 2009 through 2014
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JADA January 2019

Background: As tooth loss decreases in an aging United States, retaining enough natural teeth for function is important for quality of life.

Key Words: Edentulism; functional dentition; poverty; oral health; epidemiology; dental public health; National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey; health disparities; adults.

Association between Medicaid adult nonemergency dental benefits and dental services use and expenditures
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JADA January 2019

Background: Only some states provide coverage of nonemergency dental services for adult Medicaid enrollees. This study examined the association between coverage of Medicaid adult nonemergency dental services and dental services use and expenditures.

Key Words: Medicaid; oral health care utilization; dental care expenditures; out-of-pocket costs.

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Preventive dental care use for children with special health care needs in Washington’s Access to Baby and Child Dentistry program
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JADA January 2019

Background: Preschool-aged children with special health care needs (CSHCN) from low-income households are at increased risk of developing poor oral health. The study goal was to assess preventive dental care use for CSHCN enrolled in Medicaid within Washington state’s Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (ABCD) program.

Key Words: Medicaid; children with special health care needs; preventive dental care use; health services research; pediatric dentistry; public health.

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