Dundee researchers to work with Sheffield University on effects of deprivation
Published on Fri 23 Jun 2017 by Scottish Dental
A new initiative led by researchers from the University of Dundee and Sheffield has been awarded nearly £2 million to investigate ways of improving the oral health of young people living in deprived areas.
Professor Nicola Innes, professor of paediatric dentistry and associate dean for learning and teaching at Dundee Dental School, said: “Dental decay is preventable and, in some ways, that should be simple. Just brush with a toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. However, enacting that prevention at the level of the individual person isn’t always so simple.
The Dundee and Sheffield researchers will work with colleagues from the Universities of Leeds and Cardiff and the York Trials Unit on the project.
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