Diabetes and Oral Health Internet Resources*American Academy of Periodontologyhttp://www.perio.org      Reference sections...
Community Guide to Preventive Services:http://thecommunityguide.org      Addresses community-based interventions promoting...
and Alaska Native Women During Pregnancy? How Do Diabetes        Complications Affect American Indians and Alaska Natives?...
•     Diabetes, Clinical Dentistry and Changing Paradigms (May 1997)           A column written by NIDCR for "Insights on ...
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  1. 1. Diabetes and Oral Health Internet Resources*American Academy of Periodontologyhttp://www.perio.org Reference sections on all aspects of periodontal disease. Information sheets on many topics including the Mouth-Body Connection, Diabetes and Periodontal Disease, and Chronic Periodontal Disease Could Lead to Diabetes. http://www.perio.org/resources-products/pdf/4-diabetes.pdf This position Paper on Diabetes and Periodontal Diseases was prepared by the Research, Science and Therapy Committee of the American Academy of Periodontology and provides an update on the medical diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, relationship between diabetes and periodontal disease, treatment considerations, and management of diabetic emergencies in the dental office.American Diabetes Associationhttp://www.diabetes.org General diabetes information and oral health patient education sheet: WATCH YOUR MOUTH: When you have diabetes, your chances of getting gum disease increaseCenters for Disease Control MMWR - Morbidity andMortality Weeklyhttp://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/rr5016a1.htm Strategies for Reducing Morbidity and Mortality from Diabetes Through Health-Care System Interventions and Diabetes Self-Management Education in Community Settings - A Report on Recommendations of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services, Task Force on Community Preventive Services* July 1, 2001 1
  2. 2. Community Guide to Preventive Services:http://thecommunityguide.org Addresses community-based interventions promoting oral health and summarizing the published evidence on the effectiveness. In addition to a set of recommendations, the systematic review aims to promote oral health among public health professionals.Health Care for All – Oral Health Link to Addressing OralHealth Needs: A How-to Guide (PDF format)http://www.hcfama.org/hcfa_contents.php3?fldID=139 This how-to guide explains ways to create a local response to communities’ needs. There are highlights of dental clinics created by mobile programs, community hospitals, coalitions, school-based programs, referral program, volunteer program and population targeted programs.National Diabetes Education Programhttp://ndep.nih.gov/ This is a federally-sponsored initiative that involves public and private partners to improve the treatment and outcomes for people with diabetes, to promote early diagnosis, and to prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes. Their website has general information on diabetes control – some include dental health, e.g. “Control the ABCs of Diabetes”National Diabetes Information Clearinghousehttp://www.niddk.nih.gov - search: periodontal disease Chapt.23 - Oral Complications in Diabetes : Periodontal disease is the most prevalent oral complication in IDDM and NIDDM patients and has been labeled the "sixth complication of diabetes mellitus". Numerous studies have shown both increased prevalence and severity of periodontal disease in patients with diabetes. Diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives : What Risk Factors Increase the Chance That American Indians and Alaska Natives Will Develop Type 2 Diabetes? How Does Diabetes Affect American Indian 2
  3. 3. and Alaska Native Women During Pregnancy? How Do Diabetes Complications Affect American Indians and Alaska Natives? http://www.niddk.nih.gov/health/diabetes/pubs/complications/teeth/teeth.htm Prevent diabetes problems – Keep your teeth and gums health - a basic overview – can be printed and copied for patientsNational Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Centerhttp://www.ncemch.org/refdes/kporalhealth.html Provides information and materials to assist and support health professionals, policy-makers, consumers, and others in improving oral health services for children, adolescents, and their families.National Oral Health Information Clearinghouse:http://www.nohic.nidcr.nih.gov What Can NOHIC Do For You? NOHIC produces and distributes patient and professional education materials including fact sheets, brochures, and information packets. NOHIC also sponsors the Oral Health Database, which includes bibliographic citations, abstracts, and availability information for a wide variety of print and audiovisual materials. NOHIC staff provide free custom or standard searches on specific special care topics in oral health. NOHIC is staffed by health information specialists who can address your information needs, refer you to other helpful organizations, and provide or direct you to current materials that target your interests and concerns. NIDCR Publications: Diabetes and Oral Health http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/health/newsandhealth/diabetes.asp • Diabetes and Periodontal Disease: A Guide for Patients This booklet provides people with diabetes with information on what periodontal disease is, how it develops, what is known about the relationship between oral health and diabetic control, and tips for caring for your teeth and gums. 3
  4. 4. • Diabetes, Clinical Dentistry and Changing Paradigms (May 1997) A column written by NIDCR for "Insights on Human Health" in the Journal of the American Dental Association. • Diabetes: Dental Tips This concise patient handout describes warning signals of oral health problems as well as practical information for preventing the periodontal complications of diabetes. • Workshop on Oral Diseases and Diabetes (December 1999) This report summarizes the results of a NIDCR-sponsored workshop to review current state-of-the-art research on the major complications associated with diabetes mellitus and to discuss new avenues of research. NIDCR Publications in Spanish • Diabetes: Consejos Dentales This Spanish version of Diabetes: Dental Tips is a concise patient handout that describes warning signals of oral health problems as well as practical information for preventing the periodontal complications of diabetes.National Oral Health Surveillance System:http://www.cdc.gov/nohss To help public health programs monitor the burden of oral disease, use of the oral health care delivery system, and the status of community water fluoridation on both a state and national level.NSW Multicultural Health Communication Servicehttp://www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/ NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service (Multicultural Communication) provides information and services to assist health professionals to communicate with non-English speaking communities throughout New South Wales. The NSW Department of Health funds the service, and endorses the multilingual health information published on the website. There are over 300 publications on health in a wide range of languages and a new publication is produced each month. Some multilingual resources produced by other services are also listed on this website and there are links to related websites. 4
  5. 5. Power Point Presentation: Periodontal Complications ofDiabeteshttp://www.mpca.net/dental/downloads/ This site has the slides and script ready to download and use for staff in- service training. It was developed from the NIDCR slide series that is no longer available.Proctor and Gamblehttp://www.dentalcare.com A wide range of patient education materials includes information sheets on periodontal disease, plaque and tartar control, and brushing and flossing instructions. Materials available in 17 languages.Surgeon General’s Report on Oral Healthhttp://www.nidcr.nih.gov/sgr/oralhealth.aspExecutive Summary: http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/sgr/execsumm.pdf This first ever Surgeon General’s Report on Oral Health is a compilation of research on oral health and disease. Using the search engine, specific issues can be found. Part Three: What is the Relationship between Oral Health and General Well Being? Includes information and references on diabetes and other chronic diseases.*To receive an electronic version of this document, contactJacqueline Tallman, Dental Director, Health Disparities Collaborative -jtallman@mpca.net10/02 5

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