Archive for June 4th, 2012

SomnoMed Partners With Benco Dental

FRISCO, Texas, Jun 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — In a lead adult to a 21 Annual Meeting of a American Association of Dental Sleep Medicine, a largest US gathering of dentists specialized in a diagnosis of nap jumbled respirating conditions with verbal apparatus therapy, to be hold in Boston, Massachusetts from 7 – 9 June, SomnoMed Limited (SOM.ASX)  announced a arrangement of a vital partnership with Benco Dental, a largest secretly owned, full-service dental distributor in a United States, with some-more than 30,000 business and over 400 sales representatives, seashore to coast.

As partial of this partnership, SomnoMed will

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Medicaid recruiters hasten for Texas dental patients

They competence be called annuity hunters.

They’re dressed as dental professionals, though they are recruiters whose pursuit is to find Medicaid-eligible children for dentists to work on.

In 2010, Medicaid paid $1.6 billion for dental work on children, some-more than $500 per child.

The recruiter’s pursuit is to tempt relatives to take their children to a bureau of a certain dentist. They mostly give giveaway gifts to relatives to sign a bargain.

Some dentists, in turn, recompense a recruiters by giving them a reward for any child they move in to a office.

All of it is eventually saved by taxpayers’ money.

On a new Friday

Article source: http://www.kens5.com/news/local/Medicaid-recruiters-scramble-for-Texas-dental-patients-156914145.html

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Sheriff: Wife shoots father during dentist

PEEBLES, Ohio – The owners of a Peebles dental bureau was allegedly shot by his mother in a office’s parking lot Sunday night.

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office says a sharpened was reported around 10:10 p.m. during a Franklin Dental Office, located during 15 Shaker Run Road.

Deputies contend a sharpened occurrence began in a couple’s automobile while they were parked in a lot of a business. A 911 tourist told dispatchers she found James “Randy” Franklin in a center of a road. According to a 911 tape, a tourist pronounced a dentist was shot in a neck with a shotgun by

Article source: http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/region_east_cincinnati/Wife-allegedly-shoots-husband-in-parking-lot-of-dental-office-he-owns-in-Peebles

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Bright Now! Dental Opens New Dental Office In Colorado Springs, CO

New Office is a 18th in a State of Colorado

Irvine, Calif. (PRWEB) Jun 04, 2012

Smile Brands Inc., a nation’s heading provider of business support services to dental groups in a United States, formed on a series of dental offices, is currently announcing a grand opening of a latest Bright Now! Dental office. The bureau is located in Colorado Springs, CO and is a 18th in a state of Colorado.

Located during 7136 N. Academy Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO, this new Colorado Springs, CO dental office provides

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JEBDP looks during connectors between surety dentistry and open health

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Commentary by American Dental Association boss calls for ‘new horizon for impediment of verbal disease’

St. Louis, MO, Jun 4, 2012 The dental contention needs to build a stronger tie between verbal health and ubiquitous healthnot usually for particular patients, though also during a village level, according to a special Jun emanate of The

Article source: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2012-06/e-jla060412.php

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JEBDP looks at connections between preventive dentistry and public health

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Commentary by American Dental Association president calls for ‘new framework for prevention of oral disease’

St. Louis, MO, June 4, 2012 The dental profession needs to build a stronger connection between oral health and general healthnot only for individual patients, but also at the community level, according to the special June issue of The Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice (JEBDP), the foremost publication of information about evidence-based dental practice, published by Elsevier.

The special issue follows the usual format of JEBDP, comprising expert reviews and analyses of the scientific evidence on specific dental procedures. “Yet the coverage goes beyond a review of specific clinical interventions to broader ones that address prevention on a community basis,” according to an introductory guest editorial by Robert J. Collins, DMD, MPH, of University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Collins highlights the role of evidence-based innovations such as home dental care, community water fluoridation, and dental sealants in shifting public perceptions of dental care from replacement or repair of missing or damaged teeth to protection against oral diseases. In his editorial, he calls on dentists to recognize the value of collaboration in addressing the problems of the public and the dental profession: “As professionals, clinicians have a responsibility to care for their patients as individuals and a community.”

The goal of the special issue is to forge a closer link between the research-proven clinical care provided to individuals and the larger public health goals of improving health in the community. “The oral health status of individuals, families, and communities can be greatly improved when patient-centered, evidence-based care intersects with focused, larger community prevention efforts,” states the CDC’s William Bailey, DDS, MPH, Assistant Surgeon General and Chief Dental Officer, U.S. Public Health Service, highlighting the link between clinical care and public health.

The issue includes review and article analyses and evaluations on a wide range of topics related to prevention in dental care. The focus is on techniques that not only prevent dental diseases, but also reflect a growing appreciation of the connections between dental health and general health. Topics illustrating these areas of crossover include:

  • “Rubber cup” dental prophylaxisthere’s little evidence of a health benefit for this familiar “preventive” technique, but it continues to be widely used.
  • Prophylactic surgical extraction of wisdom teetha growing body of evidence questions the need for this common procedure, although controversy continues.
  • Chlorhexidine mouthwash to reduce the risk of ventilator-associated pneumoniaan example of how better oral health can help prevent a serious medical condition, with important implications for dental care in nursing home residents.

A highlight of the issue is an invited commentary by American Dental Association (ADA) President William R. Calnon, DDS. In contrast to its historical emphasis on surgical treatment of dental diseases after they have occurred”drilling and filling” Dr. Calnon believes the ADA and the dental profession at large need to develop a new framework for prevention of oral disease. He writes, “Perhaps it is time to think about prevention as the management of oral health risks, including the identification, assessment, and prioritization of these risks, and to take actions designed to mitigate the risks of oral disease or dysfunction.”

The special issue also includes opinion pieces on key issues related to prevention and dental public health. Invited editorials highlight the need for private dental practitioners to take on increased responsibility for carrying out essential public health functions; and the impact of financial incentives on the provision of evidence-based preventive services in clinical dentistry.

“Our focus is on collaboration between dental professionals involved in community health and clinical health,” Dr. Collins commented. “The issue is extremely important, particularly in looking at what we can do about the 25 to 30 percent of the population who don’t have regular access to dental care.”

The JEBDP special issue on prevention is supported by educational grants from Colgate and the American Association of Public Health Dentistry. Every dental school and all dental public health residents in the United States will receive copies of the special Issue of JEBDP.

Notes for editors

The Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice special issue on prevention is volume 12, issue number 2; published by Elsevier. For full texts of articles published in the issue or for further information about JEBDP please contact j.ryley@elsevier.com at +1 314 447 9226; or visit: www.jebdp.com.

About The Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice

The Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice (JEBDP) presents timely original articles, as well as reviews of articles on the results and outcomes of clinical procedures and treatment. The journal advocates the use or rejection of a procedure based on solid, clinical evidence found in literature. The journal’s dynamic operating principles are explicitness in process and objectives, publication of the highest-quality reviews and original articles, and an emphasis on objectivity. Visit the journal website at www.jebdp.com.

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Aniston crowned dirtbag during MTV Movie

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"Hunger Games" scoops adult 4 MTV film awards

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – “The Hunger Games” won 4 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday though a “Twilight” film picked adult a best film respect for a fourth true year in what valid to be a tame dusk during a typically vast awards show.

Post-apocalyptic film “The Hunger Games” nabbed MTV‘s golden popcorn trophies for best masculine performance by Josh Hutcherson, best womanlike performance by Jennifer Lawrence, best mutation by Elizabeth Banks and best fight.

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Arkansas races feverishness adult as primary runoff approaches

Democrats using for congressional seats in south and easterly Arkansas are going disastrous and touting their electability as early voting is set to start in a primary runoffs for a dual seats.

Voters can expel their ballots early starting Tuesday for a Democratic primary runoffs in a 1st and 4th congressional districts. The matchups for a seats title a list for a Jun 12 runoff. The runoff is approaching to pull fewer electorate than final month’s primary.

Secretary of State Mark Martin’s bureau hasn’t likely how many electorate in a dual districts will expel a list in a runoff election. Voters will

Article source: http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2012/jun/03/arkansas-races-heat-primary-runoff-approaches/

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