Telehealth: The Importance Of Oral Health

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Teeth are a significant part of any image is captured, they are things that affect the appearance. It is an important element of the smile that we leave in the minds of many people, in daily social relationships or within work and study environment. Teeth play an important role in nutrition and health, because healthy body equal healthy teeth. Dental condition affects the whole body and the case of the gums linked too many disorders that may infect the body. Many people do not realize the importance of oral health and its impact on our public health. Some studies show that the diseases that affect the mouth and teeth are associated with increasing the risk of diabetes, heart disease, clogged arteries, and cause premature birth, where lead some …show more content…
Telemedicine can be defined as an electronic medical data transfer (images, sounds, videos, high-definition patient records) from one place to another, in order to improve patient care. Telemedicine is a rapid growth in clinical medicine where medical information is transported via audio and visual interactive media for the purpose of counseling field, and sometimes surgical procedures remotely or examination. As said by a unit in Duke University Hospital, that is in the United States and Washington, DC require physicians to receive reimbursements from insurance companies that are not affiliated with the government for remote care for some or all telemedicine services. There are 40 state Medicaid programs they offer the reimbursements to physicians who practice telemedicine. As the days will go by and pass, this kind of medical services will be getting more and more popular, but it is more expected to have a greater impacts on other countries other than the United States of …show more content…
Avoiding to cure the oral diseases will of course lead to serious health consequences such as Type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease. According to the FDI World Dental Federation has identified the most serious challenges facing developing countries in South America, Africa, and Asia in their pursuit of optimal oral health. They include poor access to adequate care, lack of quality dental materials at an affordable price and insufficient investment in dental care. Even in some fast growing destinations to dentists, still an unequal access to dental care is a major problem to ideal oral health. To solve this issue the government should provide some dental clinics at low prices, so the low- and middle-income groups be able to follow their oral health without having to spend a lot of money for

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