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Resources for students in the dental hygiene graduate program.
Last Updated: Oct 6, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/DHgrad Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide was created to provide you with the resources you'll need to do research for your classes--and beyond!

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Oral Health Care During Pregnancy:  A National Consensus Statement was developed to help health professionals, program administrators and staff, policymakers, advocates, and other stakeholders respond to the need for improvements in the provision of oral health services to women during pregnancy. It provides guidance for prenatal care health professionals, oral health professionals, and health professionals to share with pregnant women; reviews pharmacological agents that can be safely used during specific trimesters of pregnancy; and provides tips for good oral health during pregnancy.

From the National Maternal & Child Oral Health Resource Center.

 

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