These resources are useful for primary care providers performing oral health services.
Guideline for practitioners and parents/caregivers to make decisions concerning appropriate use of fluoride as part of the comprehensive oral health care for young people.
For provider. Step by step guide to fluoride varnish application (from supplies needed to parent/caregiver follow-up information).
Lists suppliers and costs for fluoride varnish.
This laminated booklet is sized to fit in a coat pocket. It can be used in the exam room to prompt providers how to conduct the risk assessment and when to make dental referrals. It also includes oral health tips and photos of dental disease (from white spots to severe decay) to use as a teaching tool with patients.
Brief one page overview of the oral health screening/risk assessment, application of fluoride varnish, anticipatory guidance how to’s (“Cliffs Notes”).
Provider or parent/caregiver handout outlining key facts about children's dental disease.
Resource document. Community Dental Clinic and Access Programs in Washington for children and adults.
Video discussing and demonstrating oral health screening.
Video discussing and demonstrating fluoride varnish application.
For office manager and/or clinic champion. Outlines key steps to have in place to facilitate implementation.
For office manager and/or clinic champion. Information on primary care provider training.
Fact sheets for mild to moderate manifestations of a number of special needs conditions.