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  1. Dental

  2. Dental Emergencies (Health World)
      Provides a decision tree for different symptoms, available at the bottom of the page. 1-04

  3. Dentists (American Dental Association)
      Provides links to dentists by state, city, and specialty.

  4. Dental Resources for Kids (Toothfairy)
      This site offers links to various tooth oriented sites, from dental hygiene to dental schools.

  5. Dental Emergency Kits (
      Provides items to respond to a dental emergency, such as a broken filling. Awesome Library does not endorse these products but lists them as examples. 11-02

  6. -Dental Health (US News)
      "Everything you need to know to keep your pearly whites in tip-top shape." 05-08

  7. Porcelain Tooth Lamination (
      Describes the steps in creating a porcelain veneer. 06-08

  8. Action for Dental Health (American Dental Association)
      "Healthy teeth and gums aren’t a luxury. They’re essential."

      "That’s why the American Dental Association (ADA) launched Action for Dental Health: Dentists Making a Difference, a nationwide, community-based movement aimed at ending the dental health crisis facing America today."

  9. Compact Fluorescent Lighting - How Much Mercury? (
      "One CFL contains a hundred times less mercury than is found in a single dental amalgam filling or old-style glass thermometer, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)."

      "For environmentalists, the clincher is that by requiring less energy, CFLs will actually cut down on mercury pollution produced by coal burning, and EPA agrees."

      "If recycling is not possible, used CFLs should be sealed inside a plastic bag and taken to a household hazardous waste disposal site, just as should batteries, oil-based paint, and motor oil, EPA recommends."

      "Web sites such as Earth 911 and Light Recycle can provide local disposal options." 12-07

  10. -06-07-12 Dawn Loggins, Homeless High School Student Makes It to Harvard (CNN News)
      "She was homeless at the start of the school year, abandoned by her drug-abusing parents. The teachers and others in town pitched in -- donating clothes and providing medical and dental care. She got the janitorial job through a school workforce assistance program." 06-12

  11. Justice Ginsburg Summarizes Ruling in Favor of Abortion Clinics (
      "The 2013 Texas law that the court struck down would have required all abortions to take place in ambulatory surgical centers, or mini-hospitals, instead of regular clinics. Ginsburg kept her argument simple: Abortions are statistically safer than many simpler medical procedures, including tonsillectomies, colonoscopies, in-office dental surgery and childbirth — but Texas does not subject those procedures to the same onerous requirements."

      " 'Given those realities, it is beyond rational belief that H.B. 2 could genuinely protect the health of women, and certain that the law would simply make it more difficult for them to obtain abortions,’ " Ginsburg wrote. “ 'When a State severely limits access to safe and legal procedures, women in desperate circumstances may resort to unlicensed rogue practitioners ... at great risk to their health and safety.' " 06-16

  12. Dentists (GTE - BigBook)
      Provides links to dentists by state, city, and specialty.

  13. Dentists (Doctorline)
      Provides links to dentists by state, city, and specialty.

  14. Pediatric Dentist Finder (American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry)
      Search the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry for a pediatric dentist anywhere in the US. 1-04

  15. Wisdom Teeth - Post-Operative Suggestions (Palo Alto Oral Surgery)
      Provides instructions for care of your mouth for the fews days after removal of wisdom teeth. 9-01

  16. Wisdom Teeth - British Guidelines Regarding Removal (BBC)
      Dentists in Britain are urged not to remove wisdom teeth unless the teeth are causing a specific problem that must be solved by extraction. Removing wisdom teeth to avoid future problems or a second operation is not recommended. 9-01

  17. Toothbrush Chart (
      Provides a chart for recording when your children brushed their teeth. 11-01

  18. Flouride Rinses to Prevent Cavities (
      "The process of tooth decay causes demineralization or loss of minerals. With the aid of fluorides, minerals can be incorporated back into the lesion through remineralization. Both the demineralization and remineralization processes are continuously ongoing within the tooth. When remineralization overcomes the demineralization process, caries (decay) can actually be reversed and the lesion repaired. The remineralization process also significantly increases the size of the enamel crystals. These larger crystals are more resistant to acid attack than even natural enamel."

      However, excess flouride in the water supply can be harmful. "Ingestion of water having a fluoride concentration of two or three times greater than the recommended level can produce white flecks and chalky opaque areas. Consumption of water having a fluoride concentration of four times the recommended level can cause brown, pitted and corroded areas." Visitors sometimes misspell as floride. 2-04

  19. Whitening Teeth Has Risks (ABC News)
      "Cosmetic Dentists Warn Against Trying to Get Teeth Too White, Too Fast." 2-05

  20. Hospital-Acquired Infections Prevention (Centers for Disease Control)
      "Part II (this report) contains recommendations for environmental infection control in health-care facilities, describing control measures for preventing infections associated with air, water, or other elements of the environment. These recommendations represent the views of different divisions within CDC's National Center for Infectious Diseases and the Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee (HICPAC), a 12-member group that advises CDC on concerns related to the surveillance, prevention, and control of health-care--associated infections, primarily in U.S. health-care facilities. In 1999, HICPAC's infection-control focus was expanded from acute-care hospitals to all venues where health care is provided (e.g., outpatient surgical centers, urgent care centers, clinics, outpatient dialysis centers, physicians' offices, and skilled nursing facilities). The topics addressed in this report are applicable to the majority of health-care facilities in the United States. This report is intended for use primarily by infection-control practitioners, epidemiologists, employee health and safety personnel, engineers, facility managers, information systems professionals, administrators, environmental service professionals, and architects. Key recommendations include"

      * infection-control impact of ventilation system and water system performance

      * establishment of a multidisciplinary team to conduct infection-control risk assessment

      * use of dust-control procedures and barriers during construction, repair, renovation, or demolition

      * environmental infection-control measures for special areas with patients at high risk

      * use of airborne-particle sampling to monitor the effectiveness of air filtration and dust-control measures

      * procedures to prevent airborne contamination in operating rooms when infectious tuberculosis (TB) patients require surgery

      * guidance regarding appropriate indications for routine culturing of water as part of a comprehensive control program for legionellae

      * guidance for recovering from water-system disruptions, water leaks, and natural disasters (e.g., flooding)

      * infection-control concepts for equipment using water from main lines (e.g., water systems for hemodialysis, ice machines, hydrotherapy equipment, dental unit water lines, and automated endoscope reprocessors)

      * environmental surface cleaning and disinfection strategies with respect to antibiotic-resistant microorganisms

      * infection-control procedures for health-care laundry

      * use of animals in health care for activities and therapy

      * managing the presence of service animals in health-care facilities

      * infection-control strategies for when animals receive treatment in human health-care facilities and

      * a call to reinstate the practice of inactivating amplified cultures and stocks of microorganisms onsite during medical waste treatment." 3-05

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