State-Based Oral Health Programs
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) supports states in their efforts to reduce oral disease and improve oral health by using effective interventions. CDC provides state health departments with funding, guidance, and technical assistance to monitor oral disease across populations and to implement and evaluate oral health interventions.
To assist partners in supporting states to decrease dental caries, oral health disparities, and other chronic diseases co-morbid with poor oral health.
To assist states to decrease dental caries, oral health disparities, and other chronic diseases co-morbid with poor oral health
An overview of CDC-funded state oral health programs
Core aspects of a state oral health program
Strategies that are proven to improve oral health
Links to state oral health plans and other state resources