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WHO in 2003 has made the Goals of the Global goal for Health oral 2020, which was
reduced to the cost of the mouth of the mouth of the mouth and of the kranial as emphasised
the promotion ofa promotional effort and reduced the impact ofa chemical illness. It is based on
the mouth of an early diagnosis, and the effective management for being trained as a disease.
Based on the Sixty World Health Assembly (WHA-60) in 2007 dental and oral health is an
integral part of full human health. There are 19 resolutions. involved in health aspects, including
the resolution of WHA 60.17. about Orbl Health:
action plan for promotion and integrated disease prevention.
based on the resolution of WHA 60.17 the 60th WHA session requested member states to:
(a) ensure that dental and oral health is integrated into efforts to prevent and treat
non-communicable diseases, diseases and maternal and child health
(b) guarantee that national policies are based on evidence based approach
(c) striving to have dental and oral health integrated into the primary health care framework
(d) seeking a fluoridation program
(e) ensure oral cancer health is integrated with cancer prevention programs
(f) guarantee that prevention of dental and oral health is integrated with the program. HIV / AIDS
(g) strengthen promotional efforts
(h) improve the ability of dental health workers, including dentists and dental nurses
(i) integrating dental and oral health information systems into health surveillance
(j) strengthen efforts to develop dental and oral health research
(k) increasing budget provision for prevention and control of dental and oral diseases
(l) strengthen partnerships between stakeholders
Oral Health South East Asean Region Strategies (WHO 2007) aims to improve dental and oral
health and better dental and oral health care systems in populations in SEARO countries.
Where one of the strategies is to debate the National Policy on dental and oral health.

4.Dental health services are carried out by both the government and the private sector. Dental
health service efforts carried out by the government so far refer to the level of care approach
(WHO policy) which includes promotive measures (activities that are health promotion),
preventive (prevention of a disease), early detection (initial efforts to recognize symptoms or
characteristics characteristics of disease), curative (treatment action or cure of a disease) and
rehabilitation is formulating tiered health services. to provide comprehensive service associated.
with the available resources.

5.Factors affecting caries are hosts, microorganisms, substrates, and time.


however, each factor in the incidence of dental caries differs between individuals and groups,
because the structure of the teeth, the type of bacteria that is dominant in the oral cavity, the
quality and quantity of food and the time of contact of bacteria with food residues differ between
individuals.
● in research, bacterial bacteria are the biggest caries risk factor. Plaque is also a cause of
caries due to streptococcus mutans and other acid-producing bacteria that adhere to the
tooth surface through plaque
● the next risk factor is diet, an increase in eating frequency associated with an increase in
dental caries, especially foods that are eaten containing sugar attached to the teeth
● Flour,salivary secretion, salivary buffer capacity