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NNOHA Teledentistry User's Guide (2021) (Spanish Translation)

This publication, translated into Spanish, discusses different models of teledentistry and strategies to implement teledentistry in community health centers.

Vaccine Administration by Dental Providers (Spanish Translation)

This publication (2021) describes how dental providers can engage in vaccine administration. This publication is translated in Spanish.

Promising Practice: Teledentistry for Substance Use Disorder (Spanish Translation)

This promising practice, translated into Spanish, features Terry Reilly Health Center in Idaho. The health center implemented a teledentistry program for patients experiencing substance use disorder. The publication was originally published in October 2021.

Using Teledentistry to Ensure Continuity of Care during COVID-19 (Spanish Translation)

This promising practice shares how Petaluma Health Center used teledentistry during COVID-19. This publication is translated into Spanish.

Oral Health Infrastructure (OHI) Toolkit (Spanish Translation)

This publication from 2019 provides guidance and resources for health centers to use in their efforts towards infrastructure enhancements that provide new or enhanced integrated health services.

Increasing Access to Care through Contracting: Promising Practice (Spanish Translation)

This publication, in Spanish, shows how Access Community Health Centers in Wisconsin increased access to care through contracting dental services. This promising practice is from 2017.

Integration of Behavioral Health and Oral Health Promising Practice (Spanish Translation)

This promising practice from August 2021 features Community Health Centers of South Central Texas, translated into Spanish. This publication describes how this organization implemented a behavioral and oral health integration program.

NNOHA Generic Teledentistry Workflow (Spanish Translation)

This is a sample workflow of a teledentistry visit. This workflow was developed in 2020 and translated into Spanish in 2021.

Promising Practice: Implementing a Pediatric Teledentistry Program (Spanish Translation)

This promising practice shares how Finger Lakes Health Center uses teledentistry to increase access to care. This publication is translated into Spanish.

Resources for OH Service Expansion (Spanish Translation)

This publication from 2016 lists resources for community health centers to use when considering the expansion of their dental program.

Characteristics of a Quality Oral Health Program (Spanish Translation)

This factsheet from 2016 describes the characteristics of a successful, quality dental program in a community health center.

Increasing Oral Health Access through Clinic Expansion: Promising Practice (Spanish Translation)

This publication from 2017 describes how Salud Family Health Centers in Colorado used their Oral Health Service Expansion funding to expand their dental clinic to increase access and capacity. This publication has been translated into Spanish.


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