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  1. 1. “Plaqueis a bacterialchallengeto the body.It’san infection. Patients don’tthinkof that.” JoAnn Gurenlian, RDH, PhD Dental Digital Posters
  2. 2. How does periodontal disease affect diabetes? Those patients with periodontal infections had worse glycemic control over time. This may be a result of cytokines secreted because of chronic inflammation. Cytokines are associated with insulin resistance. Treatment of periodontitis improved glycemic control. Journal of PeriodontologyDental Digital Posters
  3. 3. In America, most people – including employers – make instant judgments based on appearance, including someone’s smile and teeth. Those views can prevent potential employers from recognizing potential assets, “Customer service jobs, good entry-level jobs, they’re not available to people who lack the basic ability to smile, to function, to chew properly.” NBC NEWS Dental Digital Posters
  4. 4. The plaque found on your teeth is home to more than 300 different species of bacteria. Dental Digital Posters
  5. 5. Studies show bad teeth prevent otherwise qualified candidates from getting jobs or promotions. Although the U.S. is on the cutting edge of innovations in dentistry, many Americans have poor oral health and crooked or missing teeth and don't go to the dentist. Dental Digital Posters
  6. 6. . American Academy of Periodontology Dental Digital Posters
  7. 7. Annuals Periodontal Dental Digital Posters
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  9. 9. The first-everSurgeon General’s Report on OralHealth has called attentionto this important connectionand states, that if left untreated, poor oralhealthis a “silent X-factor promoting the onset of life-threatening diseases whichare responsible for the deaths of millions of Americans eachyear.” American Dental Hygienists’ AssociationDental Digital Posters
  10. 10. Dental caries, or cavities, is the most common chronic disease among children in the United States (5X more common than asthma!) 50% of kids have at least one cavity by the time they start elementary school. Teenagers have an average of 8 cavities by the time they are 17 years old. Dental Digital Posters
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  12. 12. “In the U.S., the fields of dentistry and medicine have traditionally been worlds apart. But in light of the growing evidence pointing to links between oral and whole body health, this separation of disciplines is slowly beginning to break down. The notion that dentists (and hygienists) care for only gums and teeth, while doctors look after everything else is being rethought.” ORAL AND BODY HEALTHDental Digital Posters
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  14. 14. The stone-faced farmer in artist Grant Wood’s famous “American Gothic” painting was actually the artist’s dentist! Dental Digital Posters
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  16. 16. In early America, blacksmiths often also served as dentists. How about a tooth filling to go with your new horse shoes? Dental Digital Posters
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  19. 19. Your mouth produces over 25,000 quarts of saliva in a lifetime—that’s enough to fill two swimming pools. Saliva has many uses, including assisting you with your digestion and protects your teeth from bacteria in your mouth. Dental Digital Posters
  20. 20. Any or all slides can easily be shared by sending them to portable devices--- your patients can then share them with others—making this an incredible referral tool.
  21. 21. Not only is tooth decay the most common and widespread disease of humankind, it is the oldest. Skulls of pre- historic humans have been examined and tooth decay has been found. Dental Digital Posters
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  23. 23. In 1994, a prison inmate in West Virginia braided dental floss into a rope, scaled the wall and escaped. (You should use floss to clean between your teeth instead of climbing prison walls! If you don’t you are missing around 35% of your teeth’s surfaces.) Dental Digital Posters
  24. 24. Contrary to popular belief, George Washington’s famous dentures weren’t made from wood. His four pairs of custom chomperswere crafted from gold, ivory, lead and a mixture of human, donkey, and hippopotamus teeth (take care of yours and you won’t have to think about it!). Dental Digital Posters
  25. 25. . J Am Geriatric Soc 2008; 56: 2124-2130 Dental Digital Posters
  26. 26. In China, in 1498, the first toothbrush with bristles was made, using hair from hogs, horses, and badgers. The first official commercial toothbrush was manufactured in 1938. Dental Digital Posters
  27. 27. China sets aside September 20th as a national holiday known as “Love your teeth day.”Dental Digital Posters
  28. 28. In the 18th century people would sell their teeth to the rich people, Who then used to make false teeth with them. So replacement of teeth was seen from as early as 18th century Dental Digital Posters
  29. 29. Americans spend $100 billion per year on hair care products – and only $2 billion a year on dental care products. What good is great hair without a great smile? Dental Digital Posters
  30. 30. Dentists have been around long time—archeologists have evidence of the first dental fillings in teeth from people who lived between 7,500 and 9,000 years ago. Dental Digital Posters
  31. 31. A toothpick is the object most often choked on by Americans. Dental Digital Posters
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