Patient Resources

Oral Health Fact Sheet monitorShare the AGD Oral Health Fact Sheets with your patients in two great ways — either print them for your office or embed them on your Web site.

Both options allow you to offer your patients customized fact sheets that feature your name and practice address.

To print your fact sheets: Click and download the PDF versions in the left column.

Don't see a topic you're looking for? E-mail suggestions to the AGD's Public Relations Department at media@agd.org.

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Technology in the Dental Office
Technological advances in dentistry have come a long way.
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Temporomandibular Disorder
TMD occurs when the temporomandibular joint is damaged or deteriorated, or when the muscles surrounding the joint malfunction, causing imbalanced jaw movement.
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Teen's Oral Health
Teens should be sure to see their dentist at least twice a year.
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Tooth Decay (Children)
Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children.
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Tooth Erosion
Tooth erosion, or tooth wear, is the loss of the surrounding tooth structure.
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Tooth Extraction
Teeth are usually extracted because decay and damage has left the tooth unable to be repaired through other methods.
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Toothbrushes
Your toothbrush is the most important item in your oral health toolkit
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Toothpaste Abrasivity
Toothpaste, also known as dentifrice, is available in paste or gel form.
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