CDA Journal features school-based oral health care programs

The March Journal of the California Dental Association provides readers with a collaborative approach to advancing oral health equity in pediatrics through the use of nontraditional dental clinics such as school-based oral health care programs.

Articles discuss financial options for sustaining school-based oral health centers; the impact of those oral health centers on absence rates and dental pain in a K-8 school; web-based software that facilitates communication remotely between patients and oral health care providers; a four-year study on risk-based recare interval and new cavitations in nontraditional dental clinics; and how one pediatric practice used the environment of a collaborative to integrate quality improvement drivers to manage dental caries disease.

The Journal is an award-winning peer-reviewed scientific publication that keeps dentists up to date about scientific advances, business management strategies and new products.

Find the Journal online at cda.org/journal.