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Published on June 18, 2007

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Put More “Bite” Into Health Promotion:  Put More 'Bite' Into Health Promotion Overview ‘Bite’ is:  ‘Bite’ is A joint effort between USACHPPM-USA DENCOM to revitalize health promotion in the Army Dental Care System Vision:  Vision 'Put more dental into health promotion and put more health promotion into the dental care system.' MG Patrick Sculley Partnerships:  Partnerships USACHPPM- USA DENCOM MEDDAC-DENTAC TMC-DC “Bite” puts more DENTAL intohealth promotion through patient-oriented initiatives for : :  'Bite' puts more DENTAL into health promotion through patient-oriented initiatives for : Sealants Mouthguards Lip and oral cancer Nursing bottle tooth decay “Bite” puts more HEALTH PROMOTION in the dental care system through dental clinic-based, patient oriented initiatives for ::  'Bite' puts more HEALTH PROMOTION in the dental care system through dental clinic-based, patient oriented initiatives for : Skin cancer Tobacco intervention Nutrition Blood pressure screening and referral AND “Bite” puts more HEALTH PROMOTION in the dental care system through dental clinic-based, patient oriented initiatives for ::  'Bite' puts more HEALTH PROMOTION in the dental care system through dental clinic-based, patient oriented initiatives for : Put Prevention Into Practice: ‘Bite’ is the dental component of PPIP “Bite” puts more HEALTH PROMOTION in the dental care system through provider-oriented initiatives for : :  'Bite' puts more HEALTH PROMOTION in the dental care system through provider-oriented initiatives for : Ergonomics Stress management Guidelines Followed in Developing “Bite”:  Guidelines Followed in Developing 'Bite' Be mindful of provider curative workload Be mindful of need for provider buy-in Craft a well-focused, narrow, doable, politically acceptable agenda Make initiatives evidence based Literature Review andamp; Research Slide10:  Rationale for Patient-oriented Health Promotion Initiatives Why Sealants:  Why Sealants High need in military populations Potential to greatly reduce future operative workload Why Sealants:  Why Sealants Guidelines changed to say all teeth at same degree of risk, age is no longer a factor C.G. Academy study - w/in 4 years, 1/3 of sound dentition decayed Slide13:  Why Tobacco Intervention Tobacco Kills:  Tobacco Kills over 400,000 people each year . . . Tobacco Kills:  Tobacco Kills more people than heroin, cocaine, alcohol, AIDS, fires, homicides, suicides and automobile accidents COMBINED Slide16:  Tobacco Kills:  Tobacco Kills the equivalent of TWO fully-packed jumbo jets colliding every day and leaving NO SURVIVORS Why Tobacco Intervention:  Why Tobacco Intervention Active duty compared to recruits Limited to enlisted only with andlt; 5 years service Standardized for age, sex, and race Cross-sectional design; no causation (TSOHS) Slide19:  Slide20:  Put More ‘Bite’ Into Health Promotion:  Put More ‘Bite’ Into Health Promotion Tobacco cessation advisement by dentists to their patients Slide22:  American Dental Association has recommended tobacco education for patients since 1964 Dental Utilization: Years Since last Dental Visit Active Duty Military vs. Civilian (whites and blacks only):  Dental Utilization: Years Since last Dental Visit Active Duty Military vs. Civilian (whites and blacks only) Tobacco Cessation Advisement:  Tobacco Cessation Advisement Why Oral Cancer:  Why Oral Cancer 30,000 cases in U.S. annually 8,000 deaths in U.S. annually 90% occur in individuals andgt;45 y.o. Risk factors Tobacco Sun Exposure Alcohol Diet Why Oral Cancer:  Why Oral Cancer Tobacco andamp; alcohol account for 75% of all oral cancers Smokers 2-18x greater risk Heavy drinkers who smoke andgt; 1 pack cigarettes/day 24x greater risk Military population has high exposure to oral cancer risk factors Why Skin Cancer:  Why Skin Cancer 800,000 news cases annually Incidence of skin cancer has dramatically increased over past few decades Everybody is susceptible Military is high risk occupation for skin cancer Lifetime Risk of Malignant MelanomaRigel, et al. J. Am. Acad. Derm. 17(6):1050-1053, 1987:  Lifetime Risk of Malignant Melanoma Rigel, et al. J. Am. Acad. Derm. 17(6):1050-1053, 1987 Why Mouthguards:  Why Mouthguards Military population is highly athletic Am. Academy for Sports Dentistry recommends MGs for 40 sports During any sports season, athletes have a 10% chance of sustaining an injury to the face or mouth Why Mouthguards:  Why Mouthguards High School Football Injuries to mouth and face 50% prior to 1962 1.4% today Impact of official game rules mandating use of mouthguards Slide31:  Your Role in ‘Bite’ Medical-Dental:  Medical-Dental PARTNER ! ! ! Partner Partner Partner Partner Partner Partner Partner ADCS Vision:  ADCS Vision The Army’s dental care system of choice, focused on readiness, health promotion and exceeding our customers’ expectations. Medical-Dental Partnerships:  Medical-Dental Partnerships Who is your Dental Point of Contact ? Dental POC:  Dental POC DENTAC Headquarters Dental Fitness Officer Community Health Dental Hygienist Clinical Dentist Disseminate patient Fact Sheets on dental health promotion topics:  Disseminate patient Fact Sheets on dental health promotion topics Sealant / Mouthguards (Adult) What’s Your Dental IQ? Sealant (Children) / Nursing Bottle Tooth Decay Disseminate patient Fact Sheets on dental health promotion topics:  Disseminate patient Fact Sheets on dental health promotion topics Skin Cancer How Sun-Smart Are You? Minimize Your Skin Cancer Risk / Selecting a Sunscreen Lip Cancer / Oral Cancer Partner your services with DENTACs:  Partner your services with DENTACs Nutrition counseling Smoking cessation counseling Dermatology Health fairs Wellness andamp;/or Fitness Centers Slide39:  Tell your clients about ‘Bite’ Refer clients who could benefit from ‘Bite’ services How to implement your role in ‘Bite’:  How to implement your role in ‘Bite’ Fact Sheets Camera Ready Art (CRA) Color coding Establish partnerships with your local dental units Points of Contact :  Points of Contact Pamila T. Richter, USA DENCOM DSN 471-8241 MAJ Mark Piotrowski, USACHPPM DSN 584-7390 Slide42:  Questions ?

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