Oral health, which includes a range of oral and maxillofacial diseases, is a global epidemic that has been steadily spreading for decades.
It’s an increasingly serious health issue, with up to 50 million people in the world relying on oral health care, and with many countries still in the grip of a pandemic, a large number of people are unable to afford the costs associated with it.
In an effort to make the oral health experience easier for people to have and better for patients, Oral Health Association of America (OHAA) is sponsoring a new program to make oral health a universal right.
The plan includes a series of programs designed to encourage the public to learn more about oral health, such as oral health education, to support oral health awareness and prevention, and to better educate the public about the oral hygiene products that they can use.
The Oral Health Education and Promotion Program, a partnership between OHAA and the University of California, San Diego, aims to bring awareness of oral health to all audiences and will also include an online curriculum, which is aimed at helping people understand how oral health products work and how they can prevent oral infections.
The program will be hosted in the new Oral Health Library in the Library at UC San Diego.
The library will include a full-time dental lab, a small office with a full range of tools for dental hygiene, and a large library.
The primary goal of the program is to provide access to oral health resources, but the other key focus of the project is to help students develop a better understanding of oral hygiene.
The Oral Health Science and Technology Lab, a program that will focus on oral hygiene technologies, is also designed to help educate students about the science behind the products.
The plan also includes a new online tool for students, called Oral Health and Its Impact, which will be a resource for students in the UCSD Dental Sciences department.
The tool will help them learn about the role oral health plays in protecting the oral cavity, which helps prevent infections and the spread of oral disease.
“It’s really important for students to understand how these products work, so they can better make informed decisions,” said Dr. David Schlosser, the assistant director of the UCSDs Dental Health Science Lab.
The oral health programs also will work to support the oral healthcare community.
The oral health groups will work with other groups such as the American Association of Oral Health to promote the oral care products and services that are safe and effective for people.
The new program will also be an educational opportunity for dental schools to participate in the outreach.
“We’re very excited to be partnering with OHAA to provide students with access to the resources and resources to have a better education about oral care,” said Nancy E. Schaffer, the associate dean for oral health at the University at Buffalo.