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Introduction Good oral health enables an individual to eat, speak and socialise without active disease, discomfort or embarrassment and contributes to general well-being. National planning for oral health improvement must be underpinned by a solid understanding of the state of oral health, of deficiencies in either oral health status or the service delivery system, and […]
Introduction This publication contains a selection of papers that were presented at a conference entitled “Assessing oral health outcomes: measuring health status and quality of life”. The purpose of the conference, which was held on June 13 and 14, 1996 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, was to examine methods for measuring oral health related quality […]
Introduction Public dental care in Australia is struggling to avoid being labelled poor dentistry for poor people. While Australian children enjoy levels of oral health and dental care among the best in the world, Australian adults have comparatively poor oral health and disadvantaged adults have inadequate access to dental care. This was the situation described […]